Take out a minute of your day, and watch this new video about deep sea trawling and protecting coral–one of the planet’s most endangered species. “Everywhere we go, we find new species,” says Les Watling, Ph.D., an expert on corals…. Read More ›
New management is needed for the planet’s most important common resource Feb 22nd 2014 | From the print edition The Economist IN 1968 an American ecologist, Garrett Hardin, published an article entitled “The Tragedy of the Commons”. He argued… Read More ›
But if current trends continue, the unthinkable could happen: the Great Barrier Reef could die.
Editor’s note: The following is from a recent SLO Coast Journal Report for May 2013. Another article follows– “Endangered Coral Reefs.” Pollution-threatened Bays Need to be Marine Sanctuaries by Carol Georgi and Karl Kempton, Former Energy Planner for San Luis… Read More ›