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Lessons from the Oroville Dam

Lessons from the Oroville Dam

Maybe, just maybe, what is happening at Oroville will begin to wake up the American public to what is happening all around them when it comes to dams.

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Innovation and marine protection in Seychelles

Innovation and marine protection in Seychelles

When people mention the Republic of Seychelles, plush beach vacations most often come to mind. However, these islands may soon […]

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Environmentalism during the reign of Trump

Environmentalism during the reign of Trump

What will happen to U.S. environmentalism during the reign of Trump? According to Trump’s “America First Energy Plan”, the administration […]

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Our Newest Endangered Species: The Rusty-Patch Bumblebee

Our Newest Endangered Species: The Rusty-Patch Bumblebee

  The Obama administration has officially designated the rusty-patch bumblebee as endangered, making this tiny creature the first bee from […]

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Twilight in the Santa Monica Mountains

I have an hour before sunset, so I hop onto the trail heading straight into the mountains. This is my […]

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Integrating Nature into Cities

How do we make these densely-populated areas happier and healthier places to live in?

We add parks and plant trees, build community gardens, incorporate green roofs, and restore local creeks and rivers.

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New Year Magic

As this next semester comes to a close, I realize that this spring will mark two years since I graduated […]

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