Since then, Favorini has helped write and produce educational shows, such as Rachel Carson
Saves the Day, which toured western Pennsylvania for three years.
Modern day analysts often forget that Rachel Carson
was not the first person to sound a warning against the indiscriminate use of pesticides.
Then came French-born Sophie Germain, who was one of the world's greatest mathematicians, followed by American marine biologist Rachel Carson
, who pioneered the global environmental movement ninth.
is a world renowned environmental activist, as well as a nature and science writer.
Ecologist Rachel Carson
was the first to prove the link between pesticides and their damage to the environment and impact on human and animal health.
Twelve years after some committed "green thumbs" at Grace Episcopal Church here began to transform a weedy patch of ground left by builders from the construction of the new parish hall, parishioners dedicated their churchyard garden to Rachel Carson
They are all named in honor of Rachel Carson
, the author of Silent Spring, which kick-started the modern environment movement.
Fish and Wildlife Service in Washington, took an unexpected phone call from the manager of the Rachel Carson
Wildlife Refuge in Maine.
Forty-five years ago, in 1962, the American writer and marine biologist Rachel Carson
released her final and most celebrated book, Silent Spring.
When the book first appeared, to celebration and vituperation, its author, Rachel Carson
, already had established a reputation as an outstanding science writer.
Scientists including Louis Agassiz and Rachel Carson
studied the ecosystem and its wildlife.
is considered by many to be the mother of modern-day ecology.