Tag Archives: Politics

Greener Ways to Raise Revenue

Northwest states lead the US in evaluating the feasibility of a carbon tax. Continue reading

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Adapting to Climate Change: International Organizations II

What the world is doing to bridge the gap between science, policy, and x-factors in adapting to climate change. Continue reading

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Preserving the Natural Environment, While Sustaining a Way of Life

Traditional knowledge and contemporary natural resource management work together on Block Island and elsewhere. Continue reading

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The Old Maya and the Sea

Maya civilization survived and thrived in a changing environment. Still, scientists speculate on why it ceased to thrive in the presence of climatic and social change. Continue reading

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Legally (un)paid: the Legality and Morality of Unpaid Media Internships

With scores of young journalists clawing for a limited number of jobs each year, landing that media internship has become a critical career step. Are many young people being exploited by those unpaid internships and are they keeping those from lower-income families out of science media? Continue reading

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Clegg Promises Libel Law Reform

This reform would make Britain the first country to ask its legislative body to set out its libel laws and provide greater clarity. Continue reading

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