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by Symber Canepari

The ocean has provided beauty and sanctuary for many, and now it needs our help in return. In honor of World Oceans Day, here are five ways I’ve learned to say thank you to the ocean that everyone can…

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- Jun 08, 2021
Environmental Leadership: A Conversation with Paul Relis
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by Phillip Gibbs

There are many books about environmental issues and the environmental movement, but what really sets Out of the Wasteland: Stories from the Environmental Frontier apart is that it both parallels the development…

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- Feb 27, 2021
La Cocina de Bosnia: cultivo y crecimiento
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by Andrew Flachs, Ashley Glenn

El amanecer en la Bosnia rural comienza lentamente mientras la luz del sol se asoma a través de las colinas y retazos de nubes se posan sobre los valles. Estamos tomando café en una aldea que queda dos…

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- May 23, 2018
Growing the Bosnian Kitchen: Sustainable Food Systems
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by Andrew Flachs, Ashley Glenn

Dawn in rural Bosnia breaks slowly, as the sunlight peeks through hilltops and wisps of clouds settle in the valleys. We’re drinking coffee in a village two hours northwest of Sarajevo, where the morning…

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- Jul 25, 2017
Lessons in Sustainable Design
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by George Stevens

The lunar landscape of Cappadocia, a historical region in central Turkey, is truly otherworldly. It makes you stop and think, “Where the heck am I?” It is a place where humans and natural beauty have coexisted…

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- Aug 27, 2013
Food Security and Sustainable Action
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by Jessica Schmonsky

Climate change affects agriculture and food production both directly through changing environmental conditions and indirectly by affecting growth and the distribution of incomes. Current studies suggest…

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- Feb 25, 2013
Preservation of Wild Places May Help Protect Human Health
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by Kathryn Dixon

In eco-immunology, a young new field of scientific research, the main goal of researchers is to understand how the spread of disease in wildlife is exacerbated by human and environmental elements (like…

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- Jun 06, 2012