The Latest by David Lawlor

Development Writer

David Lawlor was a writer in the Development department. His environmental activism stems from an affinity for nature and the deep ecology philosophy espoused by the Norwegian philosopher, Arne Naess.

November 30, 2010

No Reprieve For Atlantic Bluefin Tuna

International commission falls short of protecting threatened fish species

November 4, 2010

What Pairs Well With a Glass of 190g CO2 Sauvignon Blanc?

New Zealand winery prints carbon footprint on bottle labels

November 1, 2010

Word to Your Mother (Earth)

California hip-hop crew says “No on Prop 23”

October 27, 2010

Massive Sockeye Salmon Run Blows Away Estimates

Scientists warn large run is an anomaly, not the harbinger of a trend

October 27, 2010

Radioactive Water Is Fracking Dangerous

Study says hydraulic fracturing of Marcellus shale pollutes water

October 22, 2010

New U.K. Carbon Tax a Double-Edged Sword

Department of Energy and Climate Change Alters Rules After Implementation

October 22, 2010

Papua New Guinea Licenses Seafloor Mineral Mining

Project will extract minerals at 1,600 meters below the ocean's surface

October 7, 2010

Global Work Party Could Be The Ultimate Answer

Event on Oct. 10 aims to catalyze action on climate change legislation

October 6, 2010

Noisy Compostable Bag Is, Like, Totally Annoying

SunChips discontinues green packaging following complaints

October 5, 2010

Something's Cooking Under West Virginia's Surface

Iconic coal state is geothermal hot spot