President’s Blog Archives

Dr. Philip B. Duffy, President and Executive Director

  It begins badly
  How can we make progress on climate change in the Trump era?
  More Important Than Ever
  Moving past gridlock towards climate solutions
  Forest bioenergy: How “clean” is it?
  Anthrax from permafrost? What’s next?
  Two Apollo programs
  From the President
  Reducing the danger by half
  Projections of sea level rise continue to increase
  Pending legislation would worsen climate change
  Our legacy to future generations
  Emissions from permafrost put the 1.5o climate goal out of reach
  COP21 – WHRC and the Paris Agreement
  COP21 – The Paris Agreement
  Addressing the threats of climate change and terrorism
  “Free-enterprise solutions to climate change”
  Climate change: “We’re not moving fast enough”
  Is the Clean Power Plan Enough?
  WHRC Receives Top Ranking – Again!
  Nature’s Solution to Climate Change
  Can We Afford Not to Address Climate Change?
  Exceeding 2 degrees Celsius
  A Case Where Change is Not Good
  “Geoengineer” the climate by managing the biosphere
  No Way to Run a Planet
  Greetings

Dr. Richard A. Houghton, Acting President, 2014

  Have We Reached the Tipping Point?
  A Vision After Venice
  New Insights from an Old Routine
  “We’re taking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere”
  A Great Place to Work
  Science for the Common Good
  Preserving Independence
  Do You Need a Weatherman?
  There are solutions, and then there are solutions
  On “Years of Living Dangerously”
  Has the Groundswell Begun?
  What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
  The Bridge to a Fossil Fuel-free Future
  How Real Is a Price on Carbon?

Dr. Eric A. Davidson, President and Executive Director, 2011 – 2013

  Keystone Tar Sands – Leave It in the Ground
  A Twenty-Six Year (and counting) Path Toward Sustainability
  Guest Blog: Acceptance Speech by Dr. Brown for the Chico Mendes Forest Citizenry Prize
  Arctic Sea Ice, Climate Change, and Hurricane Sandy
  Opportunities in the Climate-Nitrogen-Food Connection
  Sea Level Rise is No Joke
  Working Toward Diversity
  I Wonder
  That’s So 20th Century!
  How Much Wood Could A Woodchuck Chuck, If a Woodchuck Could Chuck Data?
  Crop production with environmental protection – we can do both
  The Amazon in Transition
  Durban in Retrospect
  Disparate Lenses Focus Views of Forests and Climate
  Climate Change Actions that Can Make a Difference
  Science in the Public Interest
  Dr. Wangari Maathai (1940-2011)
  The Latest Poop on Falmouth Nitrogen
  Shrubby Tundra – Why Should We Care?
  A Skeptic at Heart