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22
Apr

Ocean Outbreaks: From Seagrasses to Seastars

This blog post was originally included in the University of Washington “Tide Bite” enewsletter. Click here to see the original version.  by Drew Harvell, author of Ocean Outbreak: Confronting the Rising Tide of …

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21
Apr

Earth Day and the Anthropocene

This post concludes our Earth Week blog series. Thank you for reading! by Jason M. Kelly, editor of Rivers of the Anthropocene On November 4, 2016, the Paris Climate Agreement went into effect. Signed and …

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18
Apr

The Problem within Environmentalism

This post is part of our Earth Week blog series. Check back every day between now and Friday for new blog posts.  by Laura Watt, author of The Paradox of Preservation: Wilderness and …

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17
Apr

The Mountains That Remade America

This is the first post in our Earth Week blog series. Check back every day between now and Friday for new blog posts.  by Craig Jones, author of The Mountains That Remade America: …

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22
Apr

For Dave Brower, every day was Earth Day.

Frequently compared to John Muir, David Brower was the first executive director of the Sierra Club, founded Friends of the Earth, and helped secure passage of the Wilderness Act, among other key achievements. Tapping …

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21
Apr

Earth Day Special: What Do You Believe?

This guest post by author Linda Weintraub, To Life!: Eco Art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet, considers personal beliefs around environmental issues and art for Earth Day. A planet in peril has …

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