The Post Trump Slump

After Trump signed an executive order reversing the Obama administration’s landmark Clean Power Plan, one rogue EPA employee switched the email announcement at the last minute, publicly flaunting the EPA’s internal opposition to what is arguably the least scientifically informed piece of science regulation, ever. Environmentalists weren’t the only ones fuming over the Trump administration’s… Read More The Post Trump Slump

10 Nonprofits Working To Protect The Natural Areas You Love

As an outdoor adventurer, I see the impact humans have on the environment first hand. But it’s not all bad news bears! There are plenty of local, national, and global organizations working to protect our parks and wildlands so we can continue to explore and keep our Earth healthy. Check out my article on The Outbound Collective to… Read More 10 Nonprofits Working To Protect The Natural Areas You Love

To Kill or Not to Kill? And Other Thoughts on the Harambe Case

I bet you’ve heard about the recent incident at the Cincinnati Zoo where a 4-year-old child fell into the “Gorilla World” enclosure where he came face-to-face with a critically endangered, male western lowland silverback gorilla, Harambe. For those of you unaware of this incident (read: living under a rock), here’s a quick summary. On Saturday, a 4-year-old boy… Read More To Kill or Not to Kill? And Other Thoughts on the Harambe Case

Buzz, Buzz, Buzz: Common Misconceptions About Sustainability

You’ve heard the buzz about businesses and institutions “going green” and taking steps to become more “sustainable”. And you’ve heard about “greenwashing“, where companies’ deceptively use green marketing to promote the perception that their products, goals, and/or policies are environmentally friendly, thereby spending more money trying to convince the public that their practices are green rather than funding sustainable… Read More Buzz, Buzz, Buzz: Common Misconceptions About Sustainability