In this June 2021 platform address, Interim Leader Curt Collier discusses how matters of race overtly, covertly, and consequently impact the conservation movement in America.
A visit to a naturalist author’s former cabin is the backdrop for Leader Curt Collier’s discussion of the power of relationships to transform lives and to build connections with one another and with nature.Read More
Persistence has paid off for members of our Society, led by Janet Glass and our Social Action Committee, who protested plans for a power plant in the Meadowlands, as Gov. Phil Murphy announced this week that he is “unequivocally opposed” to the project and “increasing emissions.”
Society members participated in the Global Climate Strike on Sept. 20 in both Teaneck and New York City and attended NJ Gov. Phil Murphy’s Town Hall in Teaneck on Sept. 25. Janet Glass asked the governor how allowing fracking to produce natural gas was compatible with climate science.
Within a little more than a decade, projections say, world population—at 7.7 billion people today—is likely to be around 8.5 billion people; by 2050, almost 10 billion. The growing population is a strain on basic resources, including food, water, land, and minerals.
By Dr. Sylvain Ehrenfeld and Dr. Reba Goodman About 66 million years ago, a six-mile wide asteroid hit near the Yucatan Peninsula, setting off a chain reaction that wiped out […]