Blog archive


A lesser known lesson learned from corona?

-Monday, May 4, 2020
As we've radically transformed our landscape and severely altered wildlife patterns around the world, is there a hidden lesson right in front of us that we somehow missed?

Thermal Expansion

-Friday, May 1, 2020
Thermal Expansion is the lesser of the two major reason for sea level rise. But it's one that will continue to plague us long after all the ice melts from the Arctic, Antarctica, and Greenland.

Methane: the other greenhouse gas

-Thursday, April 30, 2020
When we talk about Greenhouse Gases (GHGs), Carbon Dioxide, or CO2, is what comes to mind. But there's a much more dangerous gas seeping up into the atmosphere that will have long-lasting consequences.

Energy: Use Less, Green the Rest

-Wednesday, April 29, 2020
We simply have to stop spewing carbon into the atmosphere, further exacerbating global warming and climate change. Three things you can do that will help protect the world for posterity.

Greenland is melting

-Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Imagine the length of a football . . . plus one of the two end zones, standing on end. That's how much ice has melted from Greenland since 2004. What does that mean to those of us who don't live on Greenland?

Hungry, anyone?

-Monday, April 27, 2020
This could be a game-changer in terms of putting a dent in the colossal amount of plastic that is produced . . . and then ends up "unsellable" in the commodity markets.

Earth Day . . . 50 years later

-Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Here in the Northeast, inclement weather and the coronavirus pandemic, put a damper on what was supposed to be the biggest celebration the planet has seen. What we did see, is many places and things we haven't seen in decades.

What might World War III be fought over?

-Thursday, March 26, 2020
70% of you will know the answer.

Was over consumption a harbinger for hording, or the other way around?

-Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Over consumption or hording. Or does hording trump over consumption?

The Air That We Breathe

-Tuesday, March 24, 2020
It's hard to reconcile that the very thing that gives us life - the one singular thing that eclipses everything else in life, could actually be speeding our demise.