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Today’s lesson is brought to you by the letter B: Botany, Beverly, Bidwill and Bunya

Today’s lesson is brought to you by the letter B: Botany, Beverly, Bidwill and Bunya

Tamsin Kerr, second-place winner of our 2015 Emerging Environmental Writers Contest, takes readers to an aboriginal celebration of an ancient tree on the Sunshine Coast of northeastern Australia.

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An aerial shot of the Susitna River. Photo by Travis Rummel

Power Struggle: Pushing Back on Alaska’s Susitna Dam Proposal

Sarah Guy, co-winner of our 2015 Emerging Environmental Writers Contest, travels up the Susitna River and learns from an Iditarod racer about a controversial dam project.

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“Yale’s Lies?” EPI’s Rankings Ignite National Controversy in Turkey

“Yale’s Lies?” EPI’s Rankings Ignite National Controversy in Turkey

Don Mosteller, Research Fellow with the Environmental Performance Index, explores the results of the 2016 EPI Report and the ensuing national controversy in Turkey surrounding the country’s performance.

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Why We Plant Trees

Why We Plant Trees

Sophie Dillon, third place winner of our 2015 Emerging Environmental Writers Contest, picks up a pickaxe, plants a tree, and learns something about community in the process.

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Untamings: Two Essays on the German Post-natural

Untamings: Two Essays on the German Post-natural

Lauren Greyson, co-winner of our 2015 Emerging Environmental Writers Contest, takes a walk to Honeymoon Hole, a landscape once pried and blasted apart, now transformed.

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A creek runs through the unnamed peaks of the Skeena Mountains.

Boundaries: The Sage Magazine 2015 Print Edition

Explore some of the environmental boundaries that define our world.

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