I recently wrote a blog post for the 5th International Marine Conservation Conference. Everyone loves the sea. Each year, millions of people all over the world flock to sandy beaches. When digging toes into the warm sand, listening to the waves crash over the ocean, how may people feel connected to the ocean? And how …
Natural and Environmental History are vital to conservation work- Why don't we spend more time on it?
Well, more specifically I love learning and talking about it!
I have always believed that doom-and-gloom environmental stories is what will convince people to change. I may have been wrong.
When we give credence to fears that aren't based in reality we make poor choices
When discussing environmental problems, I often hear this refrain: Well at least s/he's doing something about it! That is, in my opinion, one of the most destructive notions that we as a society promote. Sometimes, doing "something" is way worse then doing nothing at all. Case in point: This stupid thing. You've probably seen The Ocean …
When humans visit the beach, what kind of havoc do their feet create?? Read more to find out!
Scientists demand the end of single use plastic, but will we step up to stop our own plastic use?