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previewReturning from a trip to view mountain gorillas in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, I sat down to reflect on the role of tourism in the conservation of this magnificent species. In Rwanda, one of the world’s most densely populated countries, national parks and reserves stand as isolated patches...

previewIt took 38 years for the power of radio to reach 50 million listeners. Television took 13 years; the Internet took just four years.  Facebook, on the other hand, added double that, or 100 million users, in just nine months (Qualman, 2009).  Social media evangelists have led the charge that social ...

previewA contemporary image analysis procedure was used to analyze historical and contemporary images taken from designated photo monitoring points on alpine summits in the High Peaks Region of New York State. Oblique images were analyzed for comparative changes in various groundcover classes across time p...

previewNew York’s Adirondack Park is internationally recognized for its biological diversity.  Ecologists, residents of the Park, and others are concerned about rapid land use change occurring within the borders of the Park.  Local land use planning decisions have important cumulative impacts on protec...

previewSki event coordinators dream of conditions like these. Fresh snow, sunshine and the temperature hovering around 20 degrees. Saturday, January 29, 2011 had all the makings of a perfect day. Yet, as the Chili Ski Tasting event got under way at the Paul Smiths VIC, everyone was a little uneasy.It was t...

previewA few years ago, a session hosted by Ecology and Environment, Inc. (E&E) of international environmental leaders at a retreat center in the heart of the Adirondacks led to a remarkable discussion on environmental education. Members of business and government interests from countries stretching fr...