Our Summer Semester course visits the Jumbo Creek area of British Columbia’s Kootenay Range that would be impacted by a gigantic ski resort proposal. It is a highly contentious issue involving
This encouraging word comes from the Association for Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. AASHE is a great organization to keep tabs on for study, work, and issue advocacy opportunities.
Interesting natural resource politics in one of the crucial senate races in the West. Check out the comments below for a very lively interaction between the author and several activist
I stood in the waning, golden sunlight of Montana, looking out at the fields that stretched towards Custer National Forest on the horizon. Out there, on the border of the
Going home but never forgetting, I rose in a rainforest every morning. Thinking back to the crescendo of ecology, the harmony of nature, the syncopation of landscape, the rhythm of
Let’s face it. We need resources. In a perfect world we could leave the forests and plains untouched and pristine. It’s not a perfect world. People concerned about the environment