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Dispatch From The Field: A Hiker’s Guide To Wolf Sign And Climate Change

Everyone who visits the Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska wants to know: have you seen evidence of climate change? As if experiencing climate change was like catching a fleeting glimpse of a wolf slipping through the trees. There is no single moment that defines our experience of climate change in Alaska. Single moments are just weather – strange weather, for sure …

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Chasing Ice: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Climate Change is an idea that is difficult to internalize. We can mourn the polar bears (as surely, we eventually will) and get it, intellectually, that not only do we face serious challenges in the coming years, we face them today. Still, it’s hard to grok, to take it in. It’s a downer, for sure. The subject has gotten short …

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