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2022 Archives


May 13, 2022 - Drought Threatens Hydropower, “SmartICE” Helps Inuit People Adapt, How to Save the Climate and more
Drought Threatens Hydropower / BirdNote: The Zone-tailed Hawk / Beyond the Headlines / “SmartICE” Helps Inuit People Adapt / Invasive Jumping Worms / How to Save the Climate

May 6, 2022 - Whistleblowers Say EPA Endangers Public Health, No Mow May to Help Pollinators, The Hawk's Way Book, and more.
Whistleblowers Say EPA Endangers Public Health / Beyond the Headlines / No-Mow May / The Hawk’s Way / Liberating Liberia / Emerging Science Note/Seasonal Maladies / The Man Cave / The Eco-Lap of Luxury / What Calls Beneath

April 29, 2022 - EV Sales Stuck in the Slow Lane, 150-Year-Old Mining Law Robs Public Lands Riches, “An Interview with the Ocean” and more
How Purpose Trusts Can Support Corporate Sustainability / Beyond the Headlines / Electric Vehicle Sales Stuck in the Slow Lane / 150-Year-Old Law Robs Public Lands Riches / 200 New Freshwater Fish Species Discovered / An Interview with the Ocean

April 22, 2022 - The Way Forward For People And Our Planet: An Earth Day Special
Greening the Economy / A Living Earth Called “Gaia” / Ecological Conversion and Solidarity

April 15, 2022 - A New Telescope to Unlock Mysteries of the Universe, Massive Government Animal Culling, Climate Risk Disclosure Mandate and more
Climate Risk Disclosure Mandate / Beyond the Headlines / Massive Government Animal Culling / New Telescope to Unlock Mysteries of the Universe / “How to Love the Stars” / The Living on Earth Book Club is Back!

April 8, 2022 - Shutdowns in the Solar Industry, Resilience Workers for Climate Disasters, Poetry for the Extinction Crisis and more
Shutdowns in the Solar Industry / Beyond the Headlines / Troubles for Climate Disaster Resilience Workers / The Climate Resilience Workforce Act / BirdNote®: The Sociable Weaver’s Colonial Nest / Draining Summer Lake / ‘Dear Specimen’: Poetry for the Extinction Crisis

April 1, 2022
BPA Asthma Risk for Girls / Conflict Oil and Gas / Beyond the Headlines / The Quest for Climate Justice

March 25, 2022 - Nuclear and Net Zero, Record Heat Wave in Antarctica, Trump's Zombie Border Wall, and more
Natural Gas for Europe / Beyond the Headlines / Nuclear and Net Zero / Record Heat Wave in Antarctica / Trump’s Zombie Border Wall / Not Just Maple Syrup: Birch, Beech and Other Sappy Trees

March 18, 2022 - Heat Pumps for Peace in Europe, Aid and Empathy for Climate Refugees, The Comeback Monarch and more
Heat Pumps for Peace / Aid and Empathy for Climate Refugees / Beyond the Headlines / A Patent-Free Covid Vaccine / The Comeback Monarchs / Bald Eagle in Central Park

March 11, 2022 - Nations Vow to Curb Plastic Waste, Redwoods Returned to Tribes, Miseducation: How Climate Change Is Taught in America and more
Nations Vow to Curb Plastic Waste / Beyond the Headlines / Deep Sea Corals Resilient to Impacts / Redwoods Returned to Tribes / The Impala Imperative / Miseducation: How Climate Change is Taught in America

March 4, 2022 - SCOTUS Could Shackle EPA, IPCC’s "Atlas Of Human Suffering," Ice Fishing On A Tidal River and more
SCOTUS Could Shackle EPA / Florida-Sized Glacier Could Unleash 2+ Feet of Sea Level Rise / Rising Seas Threaten Archaeological Treasures / IPCC’s “Atlas of Human Suffering” / Climate in the State of the Union / Ice Fishing on a Tidal River

February 25, 2022 - Carbon in the Congo, A Trip into Black History with George Washington Carver, UN Plastics Treaty and more
Plastics Treaty / Beyond the Headlines / Carbon in the Congo / Culture of the Congo Peatlands / Note on Emerging Science: California Condors Reproduce Asexually / Black History: George Washington Carver

February 18, 2022 - Black History on the Mississippi, Green Voter Opportunities, Love Chokes National Parks and more
Green Voter Opportunity / Beyond the Headlines / Love Overwhelms National Parks / Black History on the Mississippi

February 11, 2022 - Congress and Climate Action, Forest-Friendly Chocolate and More, Beavers Move Into the Arctic
Congress and Climate Action / In Honor of Black History Month: Harriet Tubman and the Barred Owl / Forest-Friendly Chocolate and More / Green Walls For Life, Air and Energy / Beyond the Headlines / Beavers Move Into the Arctic / Sounds of Winter

February 4, 2022 - Biden Oil & Gas Leases Blocked, Sustainability and the Beijing Olympics, Winter Olympics in a Warming World, and more
Biden Oil and Gas Leases Blocked / Sustainability and the Beijing Olympics / Winter Olympics in a Warming World / Beyond the Headlines / A Fight Over Rights of Nature in Florida / Boundary Waters Mining Leases Canceled

January 28, 2022 - Unprecedented Fires In Patagonia, Warming Climate and Children’s Health, “Don’t Look Up” and the Absurdity of Climate Inaction and more
Unprecedented Fires in Patagonia / Warming Climate and Children’s Health / Beyond the Headlines / “To Fly, To Live:” Osprey of Long Island Sound / “Don’t Look Up” and the Absurdity of Climate Inaction

January 21, 2022 - Biden's First Year, Financing Net Zero Carbon, Climate Anxiety Therapy and more
Climate Anxiety Therapy / Beyond the Headlines / President Biden’s First Year / Financing Net Zero Carbon / After the Indian Farmer Protests / Ice Visions

January 14, 2022 - "Zen and the Art of Saving the Planet," Lead Pipes and Mental Health, Mapping Cancer-Causing Pollution and more
Lead Pipes and Mental Health / Beyond the Headlines / Mapping Cancer-Causing Air / Fishing for Data on Chemical Runoff / Zen and the Art of Saving the Planet

January 7, 2022 - Remembering Naturalists E.O. Wilson and Tom Lovejoy, Winter Wildfires in a Changing Climate, and more
Winter Wildfires in a Changing Climate / Note On Emerging Science: Polar Bears Use Tools to Hunt Walruses / Beyond the Headlines / Remembering Naturalist E.O. Wilson / Remembering Naturalist Tom Lovejoy / A Call to Climate Action from Desmond Tutu / Adiós Al Color


 

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