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Video: Take a Virtual Nature Walk

Video: Take a Virtual Nature Walk

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 16, 2015 15

Walking was a favored activity among many of our nation’s greatest nature writers and thinkers—Benjamin Franklin, Henry David Thoreau, John Muir and Albert Einstein, to name just a few—relied on daily strolls to enhance

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Research Shows Plants Are Sentient. Will We Act Accordingly?

Research Shows Plants Are Sentient. Will We Act Accordingly?

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 7, 2015 32

Animal advocates and wildlife enthusiasts like you and me are always excited when new research comes out demonstrating the intelligence of the “others” among us; for example, how crows solve problems or whales have

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Climate Change: Political Science vs. Soil Science

Climate Change: Political Science vs. Soil Science

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 20, 2015 21

Americans may finally be getting more concerned about climate change, according to the Pew Research Center. In a brand-new survey about policy priorities that was conducted January 7–11, 2015, the organization found that more of us now

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New Study Shows How Dogs Process Our Words. A Video Shows How They See Us.

New Study Shows How Dogs Process Our Words. A Video Shows How They See Us.

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 11, 2014 2

Anyone who has lived with a dog at any time in his or her life knows that they are masters at reading us; they understand by the tone in our voices whether we’re angry,

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Tagging Greenland sharks, the “Jaws of the North”

Tagging Greenland sharks, the “Jaws of the North”

WWF February 5, 2014 0

By Jacqueline Nunes, Writer, Strategic Partnerships & Development, WWF-Canada. Way, way, way up—way up—north is probably not the first place you’d look if you wanted to find a shark. In fact, when Vicki Sahanatien, who runs

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