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September 4, 2015
Seeing Is Believing
This week, Barack Obama became the first U.S. president to venture north of the Arctic Circle, visiting a tiny town that faces catastrophic consequences from climate change. Will standing on the shore of the Chukchi Sea show the president the folly of opening it to oil drilling?
THE DEANS LIST
Three Reasons Drilling in the Arctic is Dangerous
DID YOU KNOW?
The Good News and Bad News from the Global Tree Census
CULTURE & POLITICS
How Lazy Cheapskates with Smartphones Could End Up Saving the Planet
A Hotshot's Photos Show What It’s Like to Fight Wildfires
Can Cuba’s Ecosystems Weather a Flood of American Tourists?
Time for Presidential Leadership in the Arctic
– Rhea Suh –
Food Policy Analyst
Subway Moves the Needle on Antibiotics, but Many Questions Remain
Director of Programs
Michigan Shows We Can Work Across Party Lines to Tackle Climate Change
Five Reasons for Optimism Ahead of the Paris Climate Talks
Los Angeles Times
California Seeks to Broaden Its Clean Energy Reach in the West
Portland Press Herald
Judge Orders Cleanup of Worst Mercury Pollution in Maine’s History
Hands off our Arctic! Urge Shell’s CEO to halt his disastrous drilling plans.
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Photo Credits: ShoreZone/Flickr; Captain Budd Christman/NOAA Corps; Kai Lehmann/Flickr; Japanexperterna.se; Avi Farber; Doug Struck
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