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Rowing For Revolution: Can Roz Savage Change the World?

Rowing For Revolution: Can Roz Savage Change the World?

Roz Savage was a management consultant in London when she was struck by a crazy idea: she would row around the world to spark environmental awareness. Now that she's back, has Savage's "movement moment" arrived?
by × January 15, 2013 × 3 comments

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Chiba-san’s chief engineer, who saved his captain’s boat – and life – by preparing the ship for departure immediately after the earthquake. (photo by Daniel Hoshizaki)

Where the Land Meets the Waves: Japanese Fishers a Year After the Tsunami

The tsunami of 2011 devastated the northern Japanese fishing fleet. Daniel Hoshizaki traveled there to talk to local fishers about the process of recovering from a disaster that came from the sea.
by × November 28, 2012 × 3 comments

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Fracking Goes to Court: Will State or Local Government Determine America’s Energy Future?

Fracking Goes to Court: Will State or Local Government Determine America’s Energy Future?

Do state governments have the right to decide where fracking wells go, or do the towns themselves get to call the shots?
by × November 26, 2012 × 2 comments

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Left to the Whim of Nature: The Strange Saga of Pleasure Beach

Left to the Whim of Nature: The Strange Saga of Pleasure Beach

The decline and renewal of Connecticut’s most famous seaside resort may hold a few lessons for America’s blighted cities.
by × October 16, 2012 × 1 comment

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Delta Blues: Documenting Nigeria’s Oil Conflict

Delta Blues: Documenting Nigeria’s Oil Conflict

What does our thirst for cheap coil cost the people of the Niger Delta? Filmmaker Andrew Berends spent eight months amongst guerilla warriors fighting for their fair share of the spoils.
by × October 15, 2012 × 1 comment

Actions, Ecosystems, Oceans, Politics, Uncategorized

Three reasons America should ratify the Law of the Sea right now

Three reasons America should ratify the Law of the Sea right now

For three decades the United States has shamefully failed to ratify the UN's Law of the Sea. Now more than ever, it's time for America to get with the program.
by × June 18, 2012 × 0 comments