Meredith Medoway
Meredith Medoway
March 17, 2012

Do College Students Live in a Bubble?

People are always complaining about the current generation being spoiled, but, it is also true that college helps prepare young people to understand the world around them.

Feb. 11, 2012

Why the Federal Government, Not States, Should Regulate the Environment

National laws are necessary to protect the environment; state-specific regulations will not work.
Jan. 26, 2012

Does Fighting Climate Change Need to Focus on CO2 Emissions?

Scientists developed a strategy to fight global warming without focusing on burning fewer fossil fuels. While it will still be beneficial, we cannot forget the harmful effects of greenhouse gases
Jan. 4, 2012

Siku and Knut: Animal Ambassadors That Provide Polar Bears Greater Hope

Animals in captivity have a significant impact in promoting greater public response to environmental and ecological problems.
Dec. 7, 2011

U.S. Must End Science Research on Animals

Chimps and other apes are finally receiving recognition for the suffering they endure at the hands of scientists. Unfortunately, other animals are still being ignored.
Oct. 15, 2011

A Task Force Is Wrongly Working to Change the Earth's Climate

The Task Force on Climate Change Remediation Research plans to force climate change in order to combat global warming, which will result in disastrous consequences.

Sept. 16, 2011

We Need the EPA

Republicans have been bashing the EPA for ruining the economy. Obama needs to toughen his stance and defend the organization to help the planet.
Aug. 26, 2011

GOP Wrong In Blaming EPA For Economic Woes

The GOP continues to attack the EPA for ruining the economy while the EPA continues to work towards saving the planet.