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La Jicarita Publishes First e-book

Back in August of 2015 we announced that after nearly twenty years of reporting on environmental politics in New Mexico we were winding down our day-to-day reportage and analysis due to lack of funding and general burn out. 229 more words

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On the West Virginia Floods

Disasters, large and small, are only as damaging as we allow. Gone should be the days where the publicity surrounding calamities focus on the seemingly uncontrollable winds, rivers, and rains that kill and destroy. 721 more words

Appalachia

Meet the women who want to change the face of climate activism

For Sarra Tekola, climate change hits close to home. Her father, Fasil, fled his homeland of Ethiopia in the ’70s (as documented in this Grist story… 859 more words

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Send Off Party - Disaster Support Network for the Philippines

We’re less than a month away from DSNP’s first mission trip to the Philippines! Julian and Jaki would really like to see their friends before they go, but this is NOT an exclusive event, anyone and everyone is welcome. 167 more words

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Send Off Party - Disaster Support Network for the Philippines

We’re less than a month away from DSNP’s first mission trip to the Philippines! Julian and Jaki would really like to see their friends before they go, but this is NOT an exclusive event, anyone and everyone is welcome. 167 more words

Gotta catch 'em all? It's a lot easier if you're white.

For those of you who’ve deprived yourselves of the thrill that is Pokemon Go, here’s all you need to play the game: Pokemon (the little cute animals) and pokeballs (the little things that catch ’em). 776 more words

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Advancing environmental justice: A cheat sheet for candidates

Talking about environmental justice this election season means talking about the difference between life and death.

If you’re black or brown in the United States, you’re more likely to live in neighborhoods close to  991 more words

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