Clearcutting and Fuel Treatment in California: Do the CFA and the Sierra Club Agree? http://bit.ly/2FIppM0 In reading the press about wildfires in California, I took notice of whom was quoted about what. Of all of the stories, I found this one particularly interesting and different in terms of the people interviewed. Jeff Daniels, a CNBC […]Read more "Clearcutting and Fuel Treatment in California: Do the CFA and the Sierra Club Agree?"
David Attenborough Demands Unlimited Clean Energy at Davos http://bit.ly/2MptYLy Photograph of David Attenborough at ARKive’s launch in Bristol, England, author Wildscreen http://bit.ly/1izbKHN Guest essay by Eric Worrall Veteran Nature Program presenter David Attenborough has urged business and political leaders at Davos to provide practical solutions for unlimited clean energy, to prevent climate catastrophe. ‘We need […]Read more "David Attenborough Demands Unlimited Clean Energy at Davos"
What drought? California snowpack is now above normal http://bit.ly/2AYIoOd What drought? California snowpack is now above normal Here’s some good news from the “weather not climate” department. The latest series of storms, part of an “atmospheric river” pattern, have increased California’s snowpack to anywhere from 110 to 115% above normal for this time of year. […]Read more "What drought? California snowpack is now above normal"
Jason George on Fighting Fires http://bit.ly/2Du6p1x January 23rd, 2019|Tags: American Forests, Fire, wildfire| Read our other interviews with Jason George on his connection to nature and diversity in entertainment. George plays a firefighter on ABC’s Station 19. Credit: ABC In honor of SAG-AFTRA’s partnership with American Forests to plant 25,000 trees, we sat down with […]Read more "Jason George on Fighting Fires"
New Ocean Heat Content Histories http://bit.ly/2RccDqx Guest commentary from Laure Zanna (U. Oxford) and G. Jake Gebbie (WHOI) Two recent papers, Zanna et al. (2019) (hereafter ZKGIH19) and Gebbie & Huybers (2019) (hereafter GH19), independently reconstructed ocean heat content (OHC) changes prior to the instrumentally-based records (which start ~1950). The goals (and methodologies) of the […]Read more "New Ocean Heat Content Histories"
‘I Figured It Was Going To Be A Horrible Death, And It Probably Will Be’ https://n.pr/2MtNlTH Thousands of coal miners across Appalachia are grappling with complicated black lung, a disease that has drastically changed their lives, their communities and their families. (Image credit: Matthew Hatcher for NPR) Superforest via Environment : NPR https://n.pr/2iBXQGlRead more "‘I Figured It Was Going To Be A Horrible Death, And It Probably Will Be’"
Occasional Paper 32 – Global Fire Challenges in a Warming World http://bit.ly/2FJPbzq Today, catastrophic wildfires are increasingly common across the globe. Recent disasters have attracted media attention and strengthened the perception of wildfires as "bad" events, a plague worsened by climate change that has yet to be eradicated. Although it is true that fire has […]Read more "Occasional Paper 32 – Global Fire Challenges in a Warming World"