By Alex Biddle About forty miles east of Eugene in the foothills of the Cascades lies a tract of forest that has been unhampered by humans for over 600 years. Trees up to almost 300 feet tall sky rocket in every direction you look. This weekend, Land Air Water members
The Environmental Threat We Would Rather Ignore: Overconsumption By Nate Bellinger(i) When the population of the world reached seven billion people in October of 2011, many environmentalists used the occasion to renew their claims that overpopulation is the foremost environmental threat we are facing and will lead to ecological destruction
“Running Into Running Out” recognizes that we are quickly and actively changing the natural world with little consideration for the survival of other species and our own. According to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, we are witnessing a wave of extinctions unprecedented since the die-off of dinosaurs, with
Every year LAW hosts a raft trip on the Rogue River in southern Oregon. Studying and practicing public interest environmental and natural resource law can be frustrating and emotionally draining. Nothing does more to shrug off pessimism than reconnecting with nature in the same way you did as a child.