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Monthly Archives: January 2020

America’s views on wildlife are changing By Brandon Keim – Anthropocene – December 18, 2019 Until a few years ago, anthropomorphism—attributing human mental characteristics to other animals—was synonymous with unscientifically sentimental. Nowadays, thanks to squee-rich social media and scientific research … Continue reading

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Science Panel Staffed with Trump Appointees Says E.P.A. Rollbacks Lack Scientific Rigor By Coral Davenport and Lisa Friedman – The New York Times – December 31, 2019 A top panel of government-appointed scientists, many of them hand-selected by the Trump … Continue reading

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Managing Urban Flooding in the San Francisco Bay Area: From a Concrete Bowl to a Green Sponge By Cora Kammeyer – Pacific Institute – December 4, 2019 The first fall storm is rolling through the San Francisco Bay Area this … Continue reading

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Scientists struggle to save seagrass from coastal pollution By Michael Casey and Andrew Selsky – Associate Press – December 23, 2019 Peering over the side of his skiff anchored in the middle of New Hampshire’s Great Bay, Fred Short liked … Continue reading

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