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Antarctica is About to Lose a 2,000 Square Mile Chunk of Ice -- And it Could Mean the End of the Larsen C Ice Shelf

It’s happened before. Ice shelves on the northern Antarctic Peninsula released large chunks of ice into the Southern Ocean as the world warmed up. They developed a concave shape which became unstable. 682 more words

Climate Change

Melo Trimble matches career high as No. 23 Maryland edges Richmond in OT

NEW YORK — Melo Trimble scored a game-high 31 points to lead No. 23 Maryland to an 88-82 win over Richmond in overtime of the second game of the Barclays Center Classic on Friday in New York. 336 more words

Bracket Hub

Recommended Update on Environmental Policy

There is something big happening tonight and while I should have been posting yesterday, I was phone banking…

Diane Rehm, the award winning radio journalist and author, did a great show earlier this month on the environment. 150 more words

Larger Scope

Chris Mooney: Politics vs. Physics

By Alexa Binkowitz

Co-News Editor

On Monday, Oct. 17, author and journalist Chris Mooney gave a presentation on the growing issues circulating around climate change and why there is a dire need for action. 716 more words

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The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson Full Show 10/2/16

The first debate is in the books but will it change anybody’s mind? That’s one of the questions we’ll discuss today on the Sunday Spin. 194 more words

WGN Radio

Do the debates really matter?

Chris Mooney, the director of the Institute of Government and Public Affairs at the University of Illinois calls into the show to share his take on the first presidential debate, what we’re likely to see ahead and more. 68 more words

WGN Radio

Richmond announces change to European trip itinerary

With the NCAA allowing college basketball programs to take one trip outside of the country every four years, some coaches look at it as an opportunity to get a head start on preparations for the upcoming season. 247 more words

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