Author: Ronnie Citron-Fink

Ronnie Citron-FinkRonnie Citron-Fink is a writer, editor and educator. She is the editorial director of Moms Clean Air Force. She has written and edited thousands of articles about green living and the environment for websites, books and magazines. Ronnie is the creator of Econesting. Her posts can also be found on Huffington Post, Care2, Planet Green, Inhabitat, Yahoo!Green, Treehugger and other sites. Ronnie was named one of the Top Ten Living Green Experts by Yahoo. She has been a contributor to Family Fun and is included in their books. Ronnie was a teacher for many years and is the mother of two children. .

The Song Of Our Warming Planet (video)

BY ON July 9, 2013
What does climate change sound like? Using music to convey climate science, University of Minnesota undergrad, Daniel Crawford creates a haunting message with the rising notes of his cello. Crawford based “A Song of Our Warming Planet” on a set of climate data from NASA’s...

TOPICS: Climate Change

Supermoons And Night Sky Pollution

BY ON June 22, 2013
The Supermoon shines tonight and tomorrow! It’s the biggest full moon of the year. To enjoy and appreciate starry night skies filled with our solar system’s big bright moon, two things must happen: The weather must cooperate. The air quality must be clear. With light...

TOPICS: Pollution

Tuna Surprise

BY ON June 12, 2013
Since doctors advise pregnant women and women of child-bearing age to limit their tuna consumption, because eating tuna may put their unborn baby at risk for mercury poisoning, I assumed everyone knew the hardcore scoop about tuna. Not so. Famed food writer, Mark Bittman discusses...

TOPICS: Coal, MCAF News, Mercury Poisoning, Pollution