Carson
Kahoe

Creative Associate, Editorial & Creative Team, The Public Interest Network

Started on staff: 2021
B.A., summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, University of Pennsylvania; M.A., with distinction, Queen’s University Belfast
Carson writes, edits and designs materials with the Creative Team for The Public Interest Network on behalf of organizations including Environmental Action, Fair Share and Green Corps. Currently based in Boston with his fiancée, Carson enjoys hiking, photography, and getting pulled down the street by his much stronger dog.

Posts by Carson Kahoe
Why baby Right whales are in danger — and how Red Lobster can help
A North Atlantic Right whale and her calf breach the surface

Oceans

Why baby Right whales are in danger — and how Red Lobster can help

At least nine new calves have been born so far this birthing season, which typically lasts from December to March. This spring, they'll face a perilous migration northward, where fishing lines, such as the vertical lines for traditional lobster traps, could result in a painful — and even fatal — entanglement.

The American bumblebee is on the decline
An American bumblebee sits on a white flower.

Save the bees

The American bumblebee is on the decline

In the past two decades, American bumblebee populations have dropped by 90%. If the decline of bees like this native pollinator isn't halted, plants and ecosystems across the country will suffer.

One of the worst years for manatees ever
Two Florida manatees floating in water

Wildlife & wild places

One of the worst years for manatees ever

The end of 2021 marks one of the grimmest years for Florida manatees. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, nearly 1,000 manatees have died this year. That's more than double the five-year annual average.

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