Bill Ripple, a distinguished professor of ecology at Oregon State University, has spent a large part of his career studying the interplay between predators, prey and plant life in and around Yellowstone National Park.
Coffea arabica is a fastidious shrub. With the exacting terroir, heritage and willing producer to invest the time and energy into cultivating this delicate commodity, it will produce generous rewards….
A new theory has been presented that flies in the face of the climate change theory. I’ll explain the theory and those who oppose it. You be the judge.
EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene was just one city participating in a worldwide call to action, pushing to combat climate change. Hundreds of people packed into the Free Speech Plaza Sunday to raise awareness about climate change. “We need to work to stabilize the climate to a level that we can mitigate some of the worst … Continue reading »
If you are trying to blame all of the Earth’s weather problems on just one thing your logic may be flawed, but honestly, it just doesn’t matter.
Tim Chuey: lots of rain, boy vs car, apartment fire, Starbucks beer, Activist vs Officer, Occupy plays Ninja – pirates next?, gas prices up, no nurses strike, climate lawsuit
Director Matt Briggs, a graduate of the University of Oregon, brings his sustainability documentary to Eugene next week. EDN sits down with him.