Ain't science green, er, grand?
A LEAF intern looks for reptiles at a California nature preserve as part of a wildlife monitoring project that provided real
Here at the World Economic Forum, there's a lot of talk about investing in the next generation. Getting kids outside and
Oe of the most annoying things about the fall is raking leaves. I mean, sure, you get to jump in the huge pile... but you still have to rake it up all over again. Instead of letting all that beautiful fall foliage go to waste, save a few (or all) of them for one of these cool crafts.
Autumn Reflections.... The dirty-but-yet-delicious smell of wet, rotting leaves Countless mushrooms in shapes that you wouldn't
From Mother Nature Network's John Platt: His name is Mike Snyder and he has a very important job. Every year, he helps to
These experiences I had while working for the Nature Conservancy LEAF program made me realize that there are people out there who love doing what I used to love and that they are willing to help me.
What Revenge of the Electric Car makes clear is that designing, engineering, building and marketing this transportation revolution isn't going to be easy. Making it affordable and keeping the enthusiasm alive inside the car companies is going to be challenging.
Given that most East Coasters live just a couple of hours' drive from great national parks and the Atlantic coast, this paucity of nature in our children's lives is hard to understand and harder still to accept.