• Monthly Newsletter – January 2018

    in this issue: download a print-friendly copy – Opportunity and diversity – A troubling spike in nitrogen in the Santuit River – New study finds stopping deforestation would remove 12 years of fossil fuel emissions – and more

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  • Monthly Newsletter – December 2017

    in this issue: download a print-friendly copy – Optimism for 2018 – Duffy speaks to congressional staff about arctic climate change impacts – Addressing gender and racial harassment in the sciences – and more

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  • Monthly Newsletter – November 2017

    in this issue: download a print-friendly copy – The good, the bad, and the ugly from COP23 – WHRC delegation discusses forests and permafrost at UN Climate Conference – WHRC scientists lead Columbia River research expedition – and more

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  • Monthly Newsletter – October 2017

    in this issue: download a print-friendly copy – The importance of standing up for truth – WHRC paper in Science shows widespread tropical forest loss now outweighs tropical carbon sequestration – Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation awards grant to WHRC – and more

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  • Monthly Newsletter – September 2017

    in this issue: download a print-friendly copy – An insensitive essay about hurricanes and climate change – WHRC study finds soil carbon losses nearly equal to total emissions from deforestation – WHRC receives grant to study Amazon food production vs. tropical forest conservation – and more

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  • Monthly Newsletter – August 2017

    in this issue: download a print-friendly copy – Climate report creates dilemma for Trump administration – WHRC awards Huntington Environmental Prize to John Holdren – Polaris Project wraps up 2017 season – and more

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  • Monthly Newsletter – July 2017

    in this issue: download a print-friendly copy – Young scientists can drive innovation – if budget cuts don’t stop them – WHRC top-ranked climate change think tank for fourth consecutive year – WHRC scientist named lead author of IPCC special report – and more

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