Women have always been on the frontlines of our country’s toughest environmental challenges but they have not always dominated the energy sector. Today, women are spearheading a new era of leadership in the clean energy economy.
As oil spill contaminants enter Galveston Bay food chains our concerns turn to how these animals are affected in the short and long term, and whether or not seafood species that live there could constitute a human health risk in the future.
Like many species across the American West, the lesser prairie-chicken requires vast habitat to survive, but it competes for territory with energy production and agriculture. Habitat exchanges offer a viable solution.