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Linda J. Johnson, a member of the Online Team, grew up in Colorado where a love for the outdoors and things environmental was ingrained at a tender age. She has been with the Herald-Leader for 15 years.
- Warm water, cold realityBig screen "Noah," the box office hit, presents the biblical story of near apocalypse and indifference to God's warnings. Small screen NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, regularly warns…Click to Continue »
- At a rare field hearing, Sen. Bill Nelson calls Miami Beach ground zero for sea level riseMIAMI-Miami Beach became ground zero for climate change Tuesday when U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson convened a rare field hearing to draw national attention to the dangers posed by rising seas.Click to Continue »
- Chesapeake Bay impact crater adds to sea level riseScientists say sea level rise is occurring at a faster pace in the Chesapeake Bay region than the global average, and the dramatic formation of the bay itself is a…Click to Continue »
- Long-awaited US rule on coal dust to be announcedTop federal labor and mine safety officials are heading to West Virginia to release a long-awaited final rule on coal dust.Click to Continue »
- Ky. schools recognized for environmental practicesThree Kentucky schools are being cited for their achievements in energy conservation as the state celebrates Earth Week.Click to Continue »
- Foundation awards grants to 2 Kentucky parksThe Kentucky State Parks Foundation has awarded matching grants for trail projects at two parks.Click to Continue »
- Western professors featured in program on sharksA public television program premiering next month will feature video shot last year at Western Kentucky University, where a couple of faculty members have been testing the bite force of…Click to Continue »
- Positive actions to celebrate Earth DayThe following editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star on Monday, April 21:Click to Continue »
- Household rat poison linked to death and disease in wildlifeThe mountain lion known as P-22 looked majestic just a few months ago, in a trail-camera photo shot against the backdrop of the Hollywood sign.Click to Continue »
- Biofuels may be worse for environment than gasoline in short run, study saysBiofuels are known as an environmentally friendly alternative to gasoline. But two recent studies call into question how green they really are.Click to Continue »