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Contrary World: Science Education, Pipelines and Wildlife

Contrary World: Science Education, Pipelines and Wildlife

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 7, 2017 0

Now, when I wake up in the mornings, I feel as if I’m just about to step foot into a truly either-or, binary-only, black-or-white, contrary world; a world where every advance forward in science

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Hidden from Headlines: Climate Change News

Hidden from Headlines: Climate Change News

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 12, 2016 1

Although ostriches don’t really bury their heads in the sand, it appears that we humans do—at least when it comes to climate change. According to a new report from the International Fund for Agricultural

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Cli-Psy: Why We Find It So Hard to Accept Climate Change Facts

Cli-Psy: Why We Find It So Hard to Accept Climate Change Facts

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 23, 2014 17

There’s an old story—which started in the 1970s—still going around about the growing human influence on Earth’s warming climate and the dire consequences that are sure to result from the buildup of heat-trapping carbon

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A Field Guide to Polar Bears

A Field Guide to Polar Bears

WWF February 27, 2014 0

WWF lent its polar bear expertise to Wild Travel magazine, writing a Field Guide to Polar Bears for travelers eager to understand and responsibly view the majestic animal in the wild. Check out this beautiful seven-page

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Introducing the new official travel blog of WWF and Natural Habitat Adventures!

Introducing the new official travel blog of WWF and Natural Habitat Adventures!

WWF December 9, 2013 0

We’ve shared the same mission for several decades — to protect the world’s wild places and take you to see them. Now we’re sharing an avenue for telling you the stories of conservation and

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Change of Name: Should “Mount McKinley” Become “Denali”?

Change of Name: Should “Mount McKinley” Become “Denali”?

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 3, 2012 36

Nature surrounds us with an amazing variety of animals, insects, birds, plants, and topographic features. To refer to and distinguish the entities in this bounty, we assign them names — often two: one for

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