The class is called Climate Change Communication and the students spent the semester learning about public understanding of climate change, social scientific studies of climate change denial, and effective communication techniques for climate change.
As you probably know, there are currently over a dozen forest fires burning here in the state of Colorado. Many thousands of people are evacuated and several hundreds of homes have burned. My close friends …
Our beaches are being swarmed almost daily since the end of the first week of the sinking of the Deep Water Horizon with gatherings of people of all stripes: protests, prayer groups, volunteers, rallies for …
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We returned to Pritchard Park where we’ve gone several other years. A Superfund site and the place where Japanese-American islanders began their long journey to internment camps right after the bombing at Pearl Harbor. Six [...]
Anne, John, Medicine Buddha & many others are saving—from devastation of proposed concrete and steel production plant—Onteora Lake, Pickerel Pond, extraordinary wildlife, Bluestone wild forest in Kingston, NY, with the help of Linden tree stump [...]
Two gorgeous elephants, Jabu and Morula were "released" from 32 years in captivity into the Okavango Delta. They were set free (although that is a relative term because they were chased from pillar to post [...]
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The river Orontes passes through Antakya (Antioch) City that has a rooted history from Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods to Ottoman Empire, French mandate and Turkish Republic times. While the river is the reasoning of [...]
The Kirkbride Cemetery itself and the Poor Farm Cemetery. Both are full of graves, most unmarked. Crates with rusting bindings edge the cemetery; each crate has five grave markers engraved with names and dates of [...]
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