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  • Volcano erupting Journal of Wild Culture, ©2017 1376.png
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    Volcano erupting Journal of Wild Culture, ©2017 1376.png
    A sober investigation into weather-on-steroids — and the origins, progression and aftermath of natural disasters. By Chellis Glendinning.
  • Moonglow, Wild Culture, ©2015
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    Moonglow, Wild Culture, ©2015
    A composer and filmmaker compare methods of making site specific musical compositions in and with Nature. By Russell Craig Richardson & Dean Rosenthal.
  • Central Park, Great Hill, in winter, #3, by Whitney Smith ©2014
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    Central Park, Great Hill, in winter, #3, by Whitney Smith ©2014
    A landscape is never more quietly intimate with us than in the light-spell of winter fog. By Whitney Smith.
  • Taxis underwater, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
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    Taxis underwater, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
    For the finance sector, climate risk is moving from the periphery to the core. By Nathan Thomas.
  • ill Gates, Wild Culture, ©2015
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    ill Gates, Wild Culture, ©2015
    Big journalism starts to really take the world seriously — by focusing on climate reality and human intent.
  • Rain room, MOMA, Wild Culture, ©2015
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    Rain room, MOMA, Wild Culture, ©2015
    “Still my heart goes on raining and now it pools on the street and roils down the gutter." Poems by Susan L. Helwig.
  • Wintry bush, Wild Culture, by Whitney Smith ©2014
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    Wintry field, Wild Culture, by Debra Slack ©2014, Wintry bush, Wild Culture, by Whitney Smith ©2014
    ROAD TRIP BULLETIN — Travellers defy winter storms by stopping to take pictures.
  • People's Climate March posters, Wild Culture, ©2014, photo by Whitney Smith
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    People's Climate March posters, Wild Culture, ©2014, photo by Whitney Smith
    Marchers tap the creative spirit to ignite change. Photo essay by Whitney Smith.
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    Surf wave, Wild Culture, In the Maelstrom
    When the fish aren't running, another way of being alone in the Norwegian Sea. A story by Mark Sankey.
  • Climate change- 029_0
    Key findings from the survey conducted by the American Sustainable Business Council include:•  Eighty-seven percent (87%) of business owners named one or more consequences of climate change as potentially harmful to their businesses. A majority (53%) said they were concerned about higher energy costs, 48 percent cited costs stemming from power outages due to stress on the power grid, and 37 percent cited a rise in health care costs.
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    Climate Central surging seas chart, Climate Central surging seas chart
    As our physical home changes before our eyes, how do we adapt within ourselves? By Whitney Smith.
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