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Video: Why Greenland’s Ice Is So Quickly Melting

Video: Why Greenland’s Ice Is So Quickly Melting

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 2, 2017 0

Science fiction writer Kim Stanley Robinson authored a trilogy of futuristic eco-thrillers that I really enjoyed reading. In the three books, titled Forty Signs of Rain, Fifty Degrees Below Zero and Sixty Days and Counting, the

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Travel Tale: Rite of Passage—Crossing the Drake

Travel Tale: Rite of Passage—Crossing the Drake

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 18, 2015 6

I’ve wanted to go to Antarctica ever since I first heard about it when I was a young child, probably in a children’s book about penguins or on TV. I thought it looked like

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Five Travel Tips for Your Inner Weather Wuss

Five Travel Tips for Your Inner Weather Wuss

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 23, 2015 8

It’s April 23, 2015, and it’s lightly snowing here in the Midwest. That’s a bit unusual in late April, even for Wisconsin. Walking outside this morning, I watched big, styrofoam-like snowflakes land on the

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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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