The Never-Ending Fire Season

Climate change, among other causes, is changing the nature of firefighting, and is putting year-round demands on many landscapes. Firefighters must be able to respond to these increasing demands, [...]

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A Win for Federalism and a Lost Opportunity

Despite questions concerning the wisdom of Virginia’s outright ban on uranium mining – especially in an age where nuclear energy seems like one of the world’s greatest assets in combating climate [...]

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Grazing and Wildfires: A Win-Win Solution

Domestic livestock grazing is one of the many tools that has been proven to limit the risk of wildfire and should be better utilized today to reduce the severity and size of the fuel loads upon [...]

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Climate Change Solutions

Nuclear energy will surely bring its own challenges, but if the climate situation is truly as urgent as it appears the global community needs to drastically cut emissions in a short timeframe [...]

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Meat Matters

Only after the hunger for protein has been satiated, will humanity become as good at planting trees as it is at feeding people.

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Learning to Live in Wildfire Country

The views contained in this piece are those of the author and STRATA and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any other agency, organization, employer or company. By [...]

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Humanity: A Plague on This Earth?

The phenomenon of spontaneous population management is already happening in developed and developing countries across the globe, and it is directly linked to economic prosperity. Contrary to what [...]

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The Green New Deal: Not Green and Not New

A long-running joke about some environmentalists is that they are watermelons--green on the outside and red on the inside. That is, they propose socialist policies in an attempt to achieve their [...]

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