Baby Shark is a top predator

Baby Shark is a top predator

Shark Week sensationalizes role of important coastal denizen
But sharks don’t exist just on TV, just for this week

Prepare yourself for hurricane season with CEMA

Citizen Hurricane Academy offered this Saturday
This year, CEMA partnered with Memorial Health to expand their offerings of workshops

Former City Manager: Savannah must regain “passionate devotion” to strong tree policy

Michael Brown decries current City government’s lack of focus, enforcement in preserving Savannah’s tree canopy
POINTED QUESTIONS from former Savannah City Manager Michael Brown turned what might have been a sedate meeting about tree policy into a more spirited discussion about civic priorities. Held at the Massie Heritage Center and organized by the Friends of Massie, Wednesday evening’s panel “A Conversation About Trees” featured Gordon Denney, City of Savannah Greenscapes Department Director; Paul Daniels, board chair of the Savannah Tree Foundation; and Philip Perrone, member of the Savannah Park and Tree Commission citizen board.

One Hundred Miles launches new youth program

YELP uses field trips along Georgia’s coast to teach students about our coastal environment

The sounds of the sea

Hydrophones at Gray’s Reef reveal whole new perspective of marine life
Yes, they recorded the sounds of a tropical storm underwater. It sounds much like it does on your roof.

Changing climate

Book discussion to focus on challenges facing the South
Van Noy set out on a trip to the South to hear the stories of people living through climate change

The remarkable bipartisan consensus against offshore drilling

The passage of Resolution 48 builds on the already impressive opposition to drilling from communities along the East Coast

Savannah Earth Day Festival moves to Daffin Park

Music, activities, and activism are all highlights
THERE’S literally never been a better time to get involved in conservation, and there are plenty of reasons why. Take, for example, the scary report from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that forecasts irreversible effects if carbon emissions aren’t controlled in the next 12 years.

Tybee Marine Science Center realizes dream

Great care was taken by the architect to make the least impact on the natural dune system surrounding the area


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