In Vitro Fertilization To The Rescue For Endangered Species Fertility

Only recently have scientists applied such techniques to bringing endangered wildlife species back from the brink of extinction. December 8, 2019 by EarthTalk Leave a Comment —By Doug Moss and Roddy Scheer Dear EarthTalk: Can fertility techniques pioneered for humans or other animals be used to try to bring back endangered wildlife species? —James E., … Read moreIn Vitro Fertilization To The Rescue For Endangered Species Fertility

Elevating Latinx Voices and Leaders in Conservation

—By Michael A. Estrada This is the third in a series of profiles of inspiring conservation stewards by Michael A. Estrada. Read the first interview with Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition’s Carleton Bowekaty and the second interview with sportswoman Becca Aceto. On a warm Thursday in July, Chela Garcia Irlando arrived at the Bluff Lake Nature … Read moreElevating Latinx Voices and Leaders in Conservation

Indigenous Land Rights: A Cheap and Effective Climate Change Solution, Just in Time

Real climate crisis action will mean burning far fewer fossil fuels like coal, oil, and gas. But changing our energy systems to reduce carbon pollution is, quite simply, not enough. December 7, 2019 by Ford Foundation Leave a Comment By David Kaimowitz At the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris last year, the world’s … Read moreIndigenous Land Rights: A Cheap and Effective Climate Change Solution, Just in Time

Communicate Your Needs Without Complaining | Dad University

As a recovering complainer, Jason realized that complaining didn’t get him what he needed, whether it was with his wife or kids. In this video, Jason shares some insight into how it’s important to communicate our needs but it should be done without complaining. Our kids don’t respond to complaints and neither do our wives. … Read moreCommunicate Your Needs Without Complaining | Dad University