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By Emily Monosson / On February 7th, 2017

Emily Monosson, author of the forthcoming Natural Defense, marched at the DC Women's March on January 21, 2017. Inspired by the number of...

By Emily Monosson / On October 11th, 2016

The access issue touches all of us. From the cancer patient wanting to read up on her disease to the community organizers whose groundwater is tainted with solvents, the seaside city planner wanting the latest climate change models, and the high school...

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By Andy Dyer / On February 26th, 2015

Photo by Richard Lee, used under...

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By Erin Johnson / On July 16th, 2014

The view of the University of Montana campus from the nearby Mt. Sentinel.

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By Jason Leppig / On April 16th, 2014

Post by Nancy Baron While not everyone may be interested in your science at first, many people are interested in scientists, as your work seems…mysterious. What do you actually do? Why are you so devoted to it? They want to know what makes you tick....

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By Admin / On May 10th, 2013

Observation and Ecology author Rafe Sagarin discusses art and the environment with poet Eric Magrane from the University of Arizona. Eric Magrane: Rafe, you...

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By Admin / On October 11th, 2012

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By Admin, Jason Leppig / On August 7th, 2012

This week's pick is from Assistant Editor, Erin Johnson.

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By Rafe Sagarin / On July 26th, 2012

Andy Revkin, who writes the dot Earth blog for the New York Times posted an article on Facebook which describes an apparent link between...