For Earth Day, Nik Charov, (President and Chairman of Laudholm Trust at Wells Reserve) thinks of Mother Earth as an "accountant, as much as a nurturer." The spreadsheet is all about living in the balance, not over-spending our resources for corporate profit or convenience.
Nik thinks about the art of science communication and "climate pollution," as it relates to plastics and local climate change. Located next to a Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, Nik illustrates how policy changes led to a raptor comeback-- a toxics success story. He calls on us all to use our power as citizens to pressure government for environmental changes for a healthy future.Maine,
The Wells Reserve is a national estuarine science research center in Wells, Maine where you can connect with nature through miles of trails, festivals, speakers and so much more. FMI: www.wellsreserve.org.
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