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A Thankful Feast, Not a Wasteful One

Expert BlogAndrea Collins
Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful, yet it’s often very wasteful as well. The absolute best way to stop food waste is to keep it from happening in the first place. It takes a little bit of attention but…

Indigenous Lands in Canada & Colombia on World Heritage List

Expert BlogJames Blair
Two parks separated by about 4,000 miles— one a coniferous forest, the other a tropical jungle—but both significant homelands of Indigenous Peoples, have been named World Heritage sites. This week, UNESCO designated Pimachiowin Aki in Canada and Chiribiquete National Park…

Life in the Chihuahuan Desert Grasslands

Expert BlogJessica Carey-Webb
90 percent of the grassland bird species that breed on the Great Plains in the United States and Canada winter in the grasslands of the Chihuahuan Desert, which encompasses the northwestern region of Mexico, spreading into the states of Arizona…

World Oceans Day and the Salmon Industry in Chile

Expert BlogErika Moyer
Through the creation of new marine protected areas and global trends in green consumer citizenship, the oceans may find some relief from the unsavory aspects of commercial salmon farming.