Nuclear power plants in Europe have been forced to cut back electricity production because of warmer-than-usual seawater.
Air temperatures have stubbornly lingered above 90 degrees in many parts of Sweden, Finland and Germany, and water ...
1. Home Horticulture Education – Eggleston Garden Center, Norfolk, VA – September 8th to October 13th
2. VMGA Education Day: “Bats, Birds and Bugs: Gardening on the Wilder Side” – Appomattox, VA – September 29, 2018 (Registration Deadline – September 11, 2018)
3. A video recording of our May webinar “Volunteer Retention and Engagement” with Michelle Prysby, Director of the Virginia Master Naturalist Program, is available online here: Click here
4. Landscape Professional Training Opportunities – Central Virginia – September 12, 2018
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When a huge floating gyre of plastic waste was discovered in the Pacific in the late 1980s, people were shocked. When whales died and washed ashore with stomachs full of plastic, people were horrified. When photographs of beaches under knee-deep carpets of plastic trash were published, people were disgusted.
Though some of it came from ships, most, presumably, was from land. ...
Though some may still deny it, climate change is having an effect on our lives. It’s making weather patterns more severe and unpredictable, and in some parts of the world, agricultural practices and natural ecosystems are collapsing. And in other places, it’s going to make things really expensive.