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Dot Earth Blogger — New York Times
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Pursuing progress on a finite planet at @dotearth and Pace.edu/Academy The rest? Family, friends, songs: j.mp/revkinmusic veryfinelines.com

How a Hudson Highlands Mountain Shaped Tussles Over Energy and the Environment

How a Hudson Highlands Mountain Shaped Tussles Over Energy and the Environment

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — On Sunday, I spent the afternoon accompanying my wife as she led a hike up Storm King Mountain, the imposing northern terminus of the ancient, history-rich and stunning Hudson Highlands.

Helpful @sejorg roundup on enviros’ worries/hopes...

revkin.tumblr.com — Helpful @sejorg roundup on enviros' worries/hopes with @hillaryclinton presidential run:“WHY ENVIRONMENTALISTS ARE ANXIOUS ABOUT A HILLARY CLINTON 2016 RUN”“Environmental groups are going to fight like hell against Republicans in the 2016 presidential election, but they have no intention of going easy on Hillary Clinton either.” Clare Foran reports for the National Journal April 10, 2015.

On Outdoor Experience and Environmental Values

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — Andrew C. Revkin Yesterday's post on " The Role of Values in Driving Climate Disputes" prompted reactions from a variety of people, including Richard Louv, the author of " Last Child in the Woods" and " The Nature Principle."

Global Warming - Reports From Four Fronts - Malawi, India, Netherlands, Australia - New York Times

nytimes.com — Over the last few decades, as scientists have intensified their study of the human effects on climate and of the effects of climate change on humans, a common theme has emerged: in both respects, the world is a very unequal place.

Despite the Eastern Chill Linked to a Pacific 'Blob,' Spring Slowly Emerges

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — Skunk cabbage is nature's early riser, always one of the first plants to emerge in spring, even when unusually cold conditions hold sway, as has been the case this year in the East. (You may have read about the " warm blob" in the Pacific Ocean that a new study has linked to persistent eastern cold and western warmth.)

The Power and Limits of Pope Francis's Climate Change Campaign

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — I encourage you to read " The pope as messenger: making climate change a moral issue," an essay on The Conversation website by Andy Hoffman, director of the Erb Institute at the University of Michigan, and Jenna White, a graduate student studying the role of religious institutions in shaping humanity's response to global warming.

Should flood insurance subsidies be reformed to help communities abandon coastal settlements?

Scientists Swarm Around the Twitter Hashtag #IAmAScientistBecause

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — Most " twitterstorms" are manufactured, like the one yesterday aiming to boost the prospects of Jesús "Chuy" García in Chicago's mayoral race. Then there are those that spring out of the ether. That appears to be the case with a wonderful Twitter flow that began building Monday around the hashtag #IAmAScientistBecause and has continued unabated.

More on Tar, Oil, Pipelines and Presidents

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com — The Associated Press I sought reactions to my post on President Obama and the "Alberta tar pit" from a variety of analysts and campaigners examining the economics and environmental impacts of a proposed pipeline linking that Canadian source of oil with American refiners.
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Apr 19, 2015

mt Wedge of warm seawater known as 'the blob' blamed for Pacific marine havoc @latimes @montemorin fw.to/wOlPoQ

Apr 19, 2015

.@NickKristof column on African rats as mine detectors spurs me to check on how @DeptofDefense R&D on bees panned out nytimes.com/2002/05/13/sci…

Apr 19, 2015

RT @jswatz: Excellent column by @sulliview shows NYT strategy: Make heds more search-engine friendly without debasing the stories nyti.ms/1Dl6nhD

Apr 18, 2015

Irksome: Longtime folkie friend with a Grammy & great enviro ed skills bankrupt & heading for road life if he can find cheap RV...

Apr 18, 2015

S. Griffith on energy innovation challenge, '10 (D Owen @newyorker) newyorker.com/magazine/2010/… & '15 on soft robotics nytimes.com/2015/04/15/tec…

Apr 18, 2015

.@ShortyAwards stream 7:30pm Monday: shortyawards.com. Neat to be #Green finalist w @markruffalo @climatedesk.. pic.twitter.com/sXcJ05hRlb

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