Saturday, July 2, 2022

Swimming, Italy, and the Wonder of Dogs with Lynne Cox

Lynne Cox has seen a lot over the more than 35 years as an amateur, record-setting long-distance and cold water swimmer. Cox has swum...

Wildfires are already incinerating southwestern states. 

Opinion We must come to understand what isn't working, and what cost-effective tools are not currently being used. Only because they are literally free to...

It’s Time to Stop the Public Land Giveaways to Oil and...

Opinion As Nevadans, we cherish our public lands and all they have to offer: from diverse wildlife to endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. One of...

A “Land Rush” for Renewable Energy

A “land-rush” of applications for large-scale solar projects, covering roughly 60,000 acres of public lands, including land near and around Death Valley National Park,...

Ground-Level Ozone and Particulate Matter the Primary Targets for Addressing Air...

Last month, the Butte Environmental Council (BEC) launched the first installment of their 2022 Sustainable Communities and Environmental Justice Community Forum Series. While panelists...

Denial of boutique slaughterhouse leads to accusations of ‘NIMBYism’ and concerns...

While many individuals who come to the western Sierra region fall in love as soon as they lay eyes on its beautiful green fields...

First Green Bank in Nevada Names Founding Executive Director

Last month, the Nevada Clean Energy Fund named Kirsten Stasio as its founding executive director. Created after the state legislature passed Senate Bill 407...

Nevadans Remain Split

Southern Nevada’s newest lands bill has amassed support from conservationists, fair housing advocates, and lawmakers across the state, but not all are confident that...

The Thacker Pass Lithium Mine Would Supply Nuclear Weapons and Reactors

Opinion The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything except our thinking. Thus, we are drifting toward catastrophe beyond conception. We shall require a...

Wild Harvest – Part 1

Wild harvest - Part 1 I’ve lived in Reno’s West University neighborhood my whole life. It’s a small swath of the city, a few miles...