Hello World. This blog is dedicated to advancing principles of conservative conservationism, dispelling the myth that only liberals care about the environment, and finding ways independent of political obstacles to advance environmental stewardship. Coming to a watershed near you soon.
- Brent Fewell, , Uncategorized, Discovery Cove, dolphin, Great Pacific Garbage Patch, ocean, ocean pollution, Operation Spash, plastic, Rob Weltner, Russell McLendon, Sea World, water, 0
By Brent Fewell During the sub-arctic March weather we experienced here in DC, Sheara and I had the good fortune to escape to Orlando with...
- Tracy Mehan, , Uncategorized, Water Issues, federalism, water crisis, water finance, water infrastructure, water protection, WaterWorld, WWEMA, 0
I’m linking here to an article in WaterWorld which reproduced my speech to the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers...
- Brent Fewell, , Climate Change, Uncategorized, calamity, climate change, ecology, ecosystems, environment, environmental stresses, nature, tipping point, 0
Central to concerns of climate change science is the somewhat ill-defined concept of “tipping point,” a point at which a...
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