Environmental Policy

  • Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots Program: "The Power of Youth is Global"

    Roots and Shoots is the environmental, wildlife conservation and humanitarian program from the Jane Goodall Institute that teaches and inspires young people to be warriors for Mother Earth and all her inhabitants. Join the cause today!
    By Bree E. Underwood May 11, 2012 

  • How Environmental Policy is Made--Part 3, Key Players

    Who are the main groups involved in influencing and creating the policies that will protect our doom our world? Who can we look to to have an affect on these politics? This article explores the key players in policy, identifying the people and...
    By Finn Orfano June 1, 2011 

  • How Environmental Policy is Made: Introduction

    Politics are messy but environmental danger is real. How does such an important topic get addressed without our complex and monolithic system of government? This series provides a look into the history, players, process, and problems involved in trying...
    By Finn Orfano May 24, 2011 

  • U.S. Environmental Policy and Leadership

    A comparison of George W. Bush ERA environmental policies with those in the beginning of Barrack Obama's administration. Also why the U.S. can and should take the leading role in global environmental issues.
    By Don Shepard May 22, 2011 

  • How Environmental Policy is Made--Part 2, History of Environmental and Science Policy

    To understand how environmental policy is made, we must first go through some of the history of science policy in the United States. This article covers some of the origins of science-related policy customs and organizations as well as the creation of...
    By Finn Orfano May 19, 2011 

  • The Kyoto Protocol and Global Warming

    The Kyoto Protocol is an environmental agreement between certain countries in order to fight against global warming. In addition to other policies, the relation between the Kyoto Protocol and global warming is to reduce greenhouse gases.
    By Jarod Saucedo March 17, 2011 

  • How Water Quality in Communities can be Improved

    Water is a very important natural resource, and it is in our best interest to improve the quality of that resource. Read more here on how to improve water quality in communities. Find out what you can do and which cities in the US have the best drinking...
    By Finn Orfano December 19, 2010 

  • Threats facing Wild Horses

    Wild horses don't have many predators. Yet, the threats of lack of adequate grazing land and water they face have the potential to wipe them out, some say within five years. Sadly the organizations that are suppose to protect Wild horses are causing...
    By Edna November 5, 2009 

  • Will Drilling Affect the Alaskan Refuge?

    Just how will opening up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge affect the biodiversity of this protected region? Find out here!
    By JenniferB August 28, 2009 

  • Types of Green Energy Used in Florida

    Green energy is becoming more popular in Florida and around the country. Learn about the options that are being used and developed now.
    By Robin L. June 30, 2009 
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