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Falter, Bill McKibben's Latest Book

My morning hike yesterday was accompanied by Bill McKibben. We have featured him so frequently in these pages that I was surprised that I had not already known he had a new book. 460 more words

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News from the Conservation Lab — Conservation Conference Season

By Caroline Roberts, Conservator

Spring has officially sprung here in Ann Arbor, which means that the sun is (sort of) shining, the townies are out and about, and the next… 266 more words

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The Wind Calls For Attention

In the current political climate it may sound like howling in the wind, at first, but read on:

A Case for a Market-Driven Green New Deal…

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Keep Showing Up

Keep Showing Up

On February 26, 2019, Congress passed a package of public lands bills that protects nearly 2.5 million acres of public land and 676 miles of rivers throughout the United States. 1,032 more words

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These evil fires.. the Ndotos are crying...

Its hard to believe that people, yes people, who live off the land, can be so uncontrolled and destructive.. Once again.. the Ndoto mountains have been burnt, not once, not twice BUT 4 enormous fires have raged across the west side of the mountain destroying every thing in their paths… We are even doubting our trust in the Samburu elders being able to keep the tribe together.. 882 more words

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Elephant friendly wells!!

Drought again.. Sadly..  Times are tough again up in the Milgis… No rain to really speak of now,  since May/June last year and its really dry… One of our main concerns are just to make sure no elephants or other wild life get stuck in the wells dug by the people for their own use and for their livestock…  Our other concern is to make sure there is no conflict over water, between the wildlife and the people.. 932 more words

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