Evidence builds that scientists underplay climate impacts

Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011
Far from being “alarmist,” predictions from climate scientists in many cases are proving to be more conservative than observed climate-induced impacts.

By Douglas Fischer
Daily Climate editor

The warnings were dire: 188 predictions showing that climate-induced changes to the environment would put 7 percent of all plant and animal species on the globe – one out of every 14 critters – at risk of extinction.  Read more…

So what’s in a name? Fewer syllables now

October 25, 2010
By Paul Fattig
Mail Tribune

ASHLAND — What’s in a name? Plenty, if you are affiliated with the National Center for Conservation Science & Policy based in Ashland.  Read more…

Banking on carbon

By Paul Fattig
Mail Tribune

Give change a chance in the Klamath River

By Charlton Bonham, Steve Rothert, Glen Spain, Brian Barr Curtis Knight, Mark Rockwell and Petey Brucker
Eureka Times-Standard

Now isn’t the time to tamper with Klamath dam removal

By Steve Rothert and Charlton Bonham
The Register-Guard

The Denmark Project: Facing the Changes Climate Change Will Bring

By Christy George
OPB News

Nevada’s Water Grab: KSL-TV Editorial; SNWA Seeks Delay


It is impossible to ignore the concerns expressed recently by a coalition of scientists about a proposed plan to pipe precious water from aquifers along the Utah-Nevada border to Las Vegas. Read more…

Eugene-Springfield in path of climate threats to Upper Willamette Basin

By Office of Communications
University of Oregon News

Feds: Grazing doesn’t fit Ore. national monument

Thursday, July 10, 2008

By JEFF BARNARD, Associated Press Writer Thu Jul 10, 4:25 AM ET

Federal rangeland managers said continuing to allow cattle to graze on the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is harming the rare plants, fish and wildlife the monument was created eight years ago to protect.  Read more…

Forecast: The Bad News? Climate Change Will Bring Fires, Floods, Droughts

By Paul Fattig
Medford Mail Tribune

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