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Watermelon Snow

by Rachel Jagareski

Biologist Lynne Quarmby sailed on a two-week Arctic Circle expedition to document global warming, and "Watermelon Snow" juxtaposes descriptions of that voyage with reflections on her career, her climate change activism, politics, and the... Read More

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Polar Tales

by Rachel Jagareski

Fredrik Granath and Melissa Schäfer spend months each year documenting wildlife in Norway’s Svalbard region, a “ground zero of global warming” Arctic environment that they characterize as the “roughest and toughest,” but also... Read More

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Raven's Witness

by Bianca Bowers

Slow down and contemplate how progress has come to trump stability through Hank Lentfer’s evocative, absorbing, and relevant biography Raven’s Witness—a timely reminder to replace “never enough” mantras with those that... Read More

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Tree Story

by Matt Sutherland

Oh, the things we know by the way trees grow: about the planet’s climate over the past couple thousand years, about population fluctuation from ancient Rome forward, about solar radiation variations, atmospheric pressure systems,... Read More

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Irreplaceable

by Rachel Jagareski

Julian Hoffman’s "Irreplaceable" chronicles singular landscapes and the inspiring people who fight to protect them. It’s an eloquent, sustained prose poem about the beauty and historical, cultural, and ecological attributes of... Read More

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