Blog

Food and Water Security

Food and Water Security

When Hurricane Harvey struck Texas’s Gulf Coast, tens of thousands of homes where either damaged or destroyed and over 1 million people were displaced. In Beaumont, 118,000 were left without drinking water after floods disabled the city’s system. While officials are still struggling to restore water supplies, families are struggling...

Read more

The Importance of Biodiversity

The Importance of Biodiversity

As we look at the key goals of sustainability, one that stands out is the protection of biodiversity, a vital element to the well-being of our planet and to the quality of human life. Think of biodiversity as the variability of all living things within a specific area or the...

Read more

A Big Problem For Small Creature

A Big Problem For Small Creature

When one thinks of animal poaching, rhinos, elephants and tigers might first come to mind. However, among those at the top of the list is a house-cat-sized mammal that eats ants and termites.

Read more