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[Above: Vast open-pit bitumen mines require massive clear-cutting of the pristine boreal forest in the Alberta tar sands. Photo: John Woods/Greenpeace]

Is It Worth It?

Feb 3, 2013 February 3, 2013

On Sunday July 25, 2010, a pipeline carrying tar sands crude from Alberta, Canada, burst open and spilled more than 1.1 million gallons of oil into Talmadge Creek and the Kalamazoo River, near Marshall, Michigan. The oil coated wildlife and birds, soaked into wetlands and waterways, and directly impacted… Read More

Ghost Ship: A Lost Skiff 1500 Miles Off the Coast of Japan

Ghost Ship: A Lost Skiff 1500 Miles Off the Coast of Japan

Jun 28, 2012 June 28, 2012

  Position: 29°11.9 North, 170°35.2 East “It’s a whale,” yells Tracey from above deck. I’m eating humus below in the salon with Dani, after forgoing Kelvin’s lunch of fried Kim Chi with rice and seaweed. Wildlife sightings are like breaking news aboard Sea Dragon, sometimes the only demarcation from one… Read More

[Above: Musician and voice of the wetlands, Ryan Montbleau. Photo: Ryan Laurey]

Ryan Montbleau Raises His Voice for Louisiana Wetlands

May 9, 2012 May 9, 2012

  As a New England boy through and through, I have to ask myself: what if over the last 80 years, Rhode Island had washed away into the sea and was now completely gone? That is essentially what has happened to Louisiana’s coastal wetlands since the 1930s. Over 1,880 square… Read More

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