Eagles Light Our Way Forward

Last year, the Department of Environmental Conservation showed record numbers of bald eagles in New York—323 breeding pairs. 2018’s Christmas Bird Count for Ulster & Dutchess counties, where I live, showed double the average number of bald eagles: 55. These majestic birds were on the brink of extinction in 1970. They’ve been brought back (from 487 breeding pairs in the lower 48 states up to … Continue reading Eagles Light Our Way Forward

These 100 Solutions Could Stop Climate Change

If climate activists had a bible, it would be the book Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed To Reverse Global Warming, edited by Paul Hawken. It was one of the first books suggested to me to read when I started getting active in fighting climate change. Whenever I went to a climate event I’d spot a few of those books tucked under peoples’ arms … Continue reading These 100 Solutions Could Stop Climate Change