Articles written by: Brad Nehring

The Fight to Save Europe’s Bee Population
Outdoor Advocacy

The Fight to Save Europe’s Bee Population

On Thursday, Jan. 31, the European Union’s commissioner for health and public policy, Tonio Borg, proposed a measure aimed at protecting European bees.

6 U.S. Presidents Who Helped the Environment the Most (and 2 Who Did Their Best to Ruin It)
Outdoor Advocacy

6 U.S. Presidents Who Helped the Environment the Most (and 2 Who Did Their Best to Ruin It)

When it comes to earth-friendly causes, our country’s 44 commanders-in-chief have been a mixed bag. Some have spearheaded revolutionary pieces of green legislation,

Q&A with Annie Dachinger and Jo Birch: The World’s First ‘Dark Sky’ Island
Environment

Q&A with Annie Dachinger and Jo Birch: The World’s First ‘Dark Sky’ Island

Long renowned as a popular weekend destination for British beach-combers, the Island of Sark — smallest among the Channel Islands that separate U.K. from France — quietly made environmental history two years ago by becoming the world’s first ‘Dark Sky’ island community.