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Mark Seth Lender: Farthest North
The High Arctic is a vast and unpredictable place. Mark Seth Lender has been reporting this summer from both above and below the Arctic Circle and has been sharing his experiences with Living on Earth. His blog is called Farthest North, after the book of the same name by arctic explorer Fridtjof Nansen.

Africa's Great Green Wall of Trees
LOE's Bobby Bascomb is in Senegal reporting on an ambitious plan to halt the shifting Sahara in it's tracks.

Enduring Drought in the South
This past year, the southern United States is suffering a historic drought. Texas history also tells us that sometimes these droughts can last for decades.

Japan Nuclear Disaster
Japan nuclear disaster update.

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