This is the opening line of Margaret Wertheim's article on intelligent design from the L.A. Weekly: "Intelligent design" makes sense only if our higher power is a devious, brutal killer Wow! That pretty much sets the tone for the remainder of the article. For those … [Read more...] about L.A. Weekly’s Eco-Column
EarthToys emagazine recently published an interview with professor John Katers about alternative fuels. Katers has a doctorate in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Marquette University, a Master's degree in Environmental Science and Policy, and a bachelor's degree in … [Read more...] about Alternative Fuel Sources Discussed: An Interview with Professor John Katers
EarthToys online magazine has done it again! They recently published an excellent article with tips for choosing ecologically sound washing machines. This is a practical guide for helping the environment, and helping you save money in the process. EarthToys is an organization … [Read more...] about Tips for Choosing Environmentally Sound Washing Machines
We all know that staying informed of local and international goings-on is critical to being effectively involved in the environmental scene. An informed environmentalist is the best kind of environmentalist. However, did you know that there are ways that you can help the … [Read more...] about The Practical Environmentalist?s Guide to Staying Informed
Trout Aloft! If you love to fish, you need to know about the organization Trout Unlimited. Trout Unlimited is dedicated to protecting Maine Atlantic salmon and brook trout, among other wild, native fish and their habitat. TU was founded over 40 years ago in Grayling, … [Read more...] about Eat a Trout, Save a Trout!