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Winter 2018

volume 32 no 4
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From the Editor

We entered 2017 expecting a rough ride, and boy has that dismal expectation been more than met. The Trump administration’s onslaught on the environment has been so relentless that it’s been a struggle just to keep tabs. And, let’s be honest, it’s been harder still, to hold on to our outrage.

In the less than a year that he’s been in office, our esteemed president has directed his administration to roll back more than 50 environmental regulations and policy decisions that he and his Republican cohort have deemed unfriendly to the fossil fuel …more


Life Amid the Levees
Will the California delta survive the pressures of a thirsty state?
Through a Glass, Brightly
Exploring the Wilderness Above
A Fine Balance
Scientists and traditional-knowledge keepers are attempting to restore the natural and cultural landscapes of the Haida Gwaii archipelago.
Stories: Six Ways of Seeing a Rhinoceros Auklet
We no longer know what to expect from our oceans, other than that we will see things we have never seen before.
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Conversation: Our Movement Needs Radical Change
May Boeve
Stories: A Bumpy Ride
Guyana’s low-carbon development effort hasn’t been smooth sailing.
In Review: Cycling Toward a Better Future
Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures
Edited by Elly Blue
Microcosm Publishing, 2017, 160 pages
In Review: Master of Form
Draft No. 4: On the Writing Process
By John McPhee
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2017, 208 Pages
Voices: Bridging the Divide



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