Is it possible that mammals have the ability to recognize individuals of the same species, whom they know well, by their voice? A new study has found that even in nocturnal, fast-moving animals such as bats, there is an ability to recognize certain voc… Continue reading →
Denée Reaves, Program Assistant, International, Washington, D.C.
It is common thought nowadays that youth today are self absorbed and not involved in the important happenings of our country, but the 2012 election helped dispel that myt… Continue reading →
Frances Beinecke, President of NRDC, New York City
As the Earth Summit convenes today, after three days of preparatory meetings, I am reflecting on what this is all about, 50,000 people in Rio, 130 heads of state. Why are we all here?
R… Continue reading →
Radha Adhar, Program Assistant, Washington, DC I was born in 1986. Which makes me a member of the millennial generation.
I want be a source of information for youth who don’t know about climate change but want to learn. I want to help give a voic… Continue reading →
Regular readers know that I have written early and often about LEED for Neighborhood Development, the smart growth and green development rating system created by NRDC and the Congress for the New Urbanism with the US Green Building Council, whi… Continue reading →