Environmentalist

Environmentalists say the move would leave millions of Americans with less safe drinking water and damage wetlands that prevent flooding.
Tribes and their environmentalist allies fear for cultural sites and endangered species in California’s “Serengeti.”
Those of us who care about the environment need to get to the polls.
As with all the other candidates who have officially thrown their hats in the ring, today we will take a serious look at Santorum and Pataki, and attempt to predict what their chances for victory could be.
While my friends' moms were making gourmet soups from recipes in store-bought cookbooks, I watched my mom chop k'nubel (garlic) for p'tcha, a jellied meat dish made from calves' feet.
"God is still up there (controlling the weather)," Inhofe recently intoned in a Senate speech. "People would like to think it is man who is causing climate change. They don't want any progress." That is a pretty sweeping indictment of the more than 300,000 people from all walks of life and age groups who paraded in New York City.
That said, Torres isn't the first to wed a tree. In 2009, conceptual art duo The Art Guys married an oak sapling in a ceremony
From Mother Nature Network's Michael d'Estries: One of the nation's most exclusive clubs just received a new member. Actor
I think now of the many times I have enjoyed walking along Battery Park, never realizing this was where my grandfather -- "Father John," as he came to be known -- first set foot on this continent. He was 27 years old.
I hope that I, as my father did, can bring the essence of John Davey's personality to life once again. Because the world has changed so drastically in the 167 years since John's birth, it's necessary to put his life in the context of the world into which he was born.
In the high-action TV show Nikita, Maggie Q plays the title character, a coolheaded rogue assassin being hunted by secret agents. In real life, though, she wouldn't harm a fly -- or any other living thing.
Velez-Mitchell's balanced, yet, "no-holds bar" style attracts a loyal audience. She has an obsession for, and an addiction to making a real and measurable impact in the world. She is addicted to the notion that she can always do more.
I care less about what people call themselves than which side they're on. In fact, I spend much of my time these days working with people in Alaska who don't consider themselves environmentalists -- and have no aspirations to be.
XAM (photo © Jaime Rojo) Brooklyn Street Art: Can you talk about your new collection of foreclosed units and the intersection
"The federal government is responsible for reducing obstacles to competitive markets that ensure a level playing field," his
Although China now has over 3,500 NGOs, most concentrate in big and high profile cities like Beijing and Yunnan. In backwater regions like Western China, the concept of NGOs is still foreign.
Moving toward a "clean energy economy" will require more than just a re-wiring of the energy grid; it will also take a re-wiring of ourselves -- a conversion, really, of our habits of the heart.
WATCH: More from the Progressive Book Club In this Progressive Book Club video Owen explains how Jacobs' book influenced
A funny thing happens when you don't berate your friends for not subscribing to your particular eco-philosophy and instead encourage them to make small changes: Those smaller changes lead to larger ones.