EOC Blog

05/22
2017

The Ivory Game: A Film Review

A review by Brandon Navratil   The Ivory Game is a full-length documentary produced by Red Bull’s Terra Mater Film Studios and Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen’s Vulcan Productions, in… Read more »




05/19
2017

Endangered Species Day, Every Day

Rather than saying “Happy Endangered Species Day” to you, I want to emphasize what kind of message this annual day of observance really intends to convey: Earth’s species are at… Read more »




05/15
2017

Project Puffin: A Story Review

The book is Project Puffin: The Improbable Quest to Bring a Beloved Seabird Back to Egg Rock by Stephen W. Kress and Derrick Z. Jackson As a “Puffineer” of three seasons… Read more »




05/12
2017

Human Impact on Wildlife: The Physiological Level

The environment is changing and the planet’s wildlife is reacting. But to what degree can that be measured and better understood? In a human dominated world, earth’s environment and ecosystems are afflicted,… Read more »




05/08
2017

Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest, a review

Written by Brandon Navratil In Executive Producer Alan Lacy’s first film, “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” explores the plight of a species the world almost lost forever. Along with… Read more »




05/05
2017

Climate Movement Elicits Action After the Fact

With the People’s Climate Movement close on the heels of the worldwide Science March, concerned citizens are working hard to keep climate change in the mind of the public and,… Read more »

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05/01
2017

Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock – The Eyes on Conservation Review

Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock is a new documentary from directors Josh Fox, James Spione, and Myron Dewey.  The film runs at 1 hour and 24 minutes, and is… Read more »




04/28
2017

The Marches: Science Bows To Climate Change

Last Saturday, I had yet another chance to march the streets of what basically feels like home to me: Washington, DC. I’ve spent a good deal of time in this city,… Read more »




04/19
2017

Take it to the streets: March for Science

The March for Science is coming. And it is bigger than we think. It will take place not just in Washington DC, not just all across the nation, but around the entire planet,… Read more »




04/17
2017

Coral Bleaching: Death of a Once-Rich Reef

As sea temperatures rise with the ever-growing impact of climate change, we are left to witness the deadly ripple effects expand across one of the most richly biodiverse areas on earth and… Read more »