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‘The whole place feels wrong’: voices from across America on what the climate crisis stole
In the six years since the Paris agreement, the climate crisis has rapidly accelerated. From catastrophes to slow transformations of familiar landscapes, lives everywhere have been upended

Oliver Milman, Kim Heacox, Kezia Setyawan, Debbie Weingarten, Amie Ferrier, Sherri Mitchell, Eliza Blue, Adam Matlock and Mekdela Maskal

07, Nov, 2021 @10:00 AM

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What the world can learn from Rachel Carson as we fight for our planet | Kim Heacox
With her brave book Silent Spring, Carson changed the course of US environmental history. We would do well to study her example

Kim Heacox

27, Oct, 2021 @10:00 AM

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The Amazon rainforest is losing about 10,000 acres a day. Soon it will be too late | Kim Heacox
Since 1988, humans have destroyed an area of rainforest roughly the size of California

Kim Heacox

07, Oct, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Yellowstone had 1m visitors in July alone. That’s unsustainable for US national parks | Kim Heacox
National parks are a victim of their own success. They have too many tourists – and too little funding

Kim Heacox

24, Sep, 2021 @10:20 AM

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Rain fell on Greenland's ice sheet for the first time ever known. Alarms should ring | Kim Heacox
Climate scientists believe that if Greenland continues to rapidly melt, tens of millions of people around the world could face yearly flooding and displacement by 2030

Kim Heacox

13, Sep, 2021 @10:07 AM

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Why America needs a Department of the Future | Kim Heacox
For too long we’ve been shortsighted, mistaking our cleverness for wisdom. Now, it’s time for politics to take a longer view

Kim Heacox

27, Aug, 2021 @7:48 PM

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The climate is boiling. Why has Harvard still not fully divested from fossil fuels yet? | Kim Heacox
At $42bn, the Harvard endowment exceeds the combined monetary value of many small countries. But it stubbornly refuses to speed up divestment

Kim Heacox

15, Jul, 2021 @10:28 AM

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Cruise ships are back. And it’s a catastrophe for the environment | Kim Heacox
Cruise ships kill whales, leak gray water, and are largely exempt from US taxation. When they violate the law, they pay the equivalent of a parking ticket

Kim Heacox

08, Jul, 2021 @10:08 AM

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The drought in US south-west is the worst in 1,200 years. It might be here to stay | Kim Heacox
Utah’s Governor Spencer Cox has asked his constituents to pray for rain. Unfortunately, that won’t help

Kim Heacox

18, Jun, 2021 @10:22 AM

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Idaho is going to kill 90% of the state’s wolves. That’s a tragedy – and bad policy | Kim Heacox
Fed by myths, fairytales and Disney, America’s demonization of wolves has been going on for centuries – and continues today, full throttle

Kim Heacox

12, May, 2021 @10:14 AM

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America's last wilderness is about to go to the highest bidder for oil drilling | Kim Heacox
Ten thousand years of undisturbed nature will soon be open to the highest bidder, starting at $25 an acre

Kim Heacox

15, Dec, 2020 @11:32 AM

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Republicans want to open pristine Alaska wilderness to logging. This is a tragedy | Kim Heacox
The Tongass forest sequesters 3m tons of C02 annually, the equivalent of removing 650,000 gas-burning cars off the roads every year

Kim Heacox

25, Oct, 2020 @10:17 AM

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