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Mrill Ingram

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Mrill Ingram is online media editor for The Progressive. She is a geographer and has researched and written on environmental topics including knowledge networks in alternative agriculture, the development of USDA organic standards, ecological restoration, and urban environmental art.  She's coauthor of The Power of Narrative in Environmental Networks. She's sometimes on Twitter @MrillDill. Her website (under development) is here

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Tony Webster

A new book tackles a Grand Canyon-sized debate. more

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Rick Christofferson

Just how far can the politics of resentment go in dismantling public education? more

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In the face of anti-immigrant rhetoric, Fargoans show their true colors. more

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The growing list of words discouraged by the Trump Administration reflects its anti-science agenda. more

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Kendra Solaris

Viewed from a distance, the border might seem like a hard edge, the outer limit of a nation. But many who live here call both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border home. more

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Victor Korniyenko

If there’s any silver lining in the dust clouds following this wrecking ball, it’s that there’s still people in government determined to defend climate change research. more

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The environmental agency head’s handling of hurricanes reveals his low expectations for the problem-solving abilities of the American people. more

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The specter of uranium mining exposes the true nature of the Trump Administration’s extractive agenda for public lands. more

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Gage Skidmore

Might the Arizona ex-sheriff’s criminal trial be a hopeful sign for immigrant rights? more

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WOODY OSBORNE

For me, wilderness is a promise, a commitment that we want the choice to engage more of our senses; that we can be nurturing of other species; that we can create places where profit doesn’t rule. more

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Victoria Pickering

The head of the Environmental Protection Agency turns his back on scientific consensus and opens his arms to budget cuts. Environmental justice and Great Lakes restoration will be hit hardest. more

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As the Army Corp green lights the project, tribal leaders ask water protectors to rise up at home. more

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A new lawsuit claims that Trump’s nominee to head the EPA dragged his feet for over two years to avoid providing documents requested as part of a query into ties with the fossil fuel industry. more

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Climate denial reaches new lows as Trump okays KXL and DAPL, data is disappeared, and Republicans insist climate change is “debated.” What’s a rational person to do? more

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The North Carolina Republicans are attempting a coup, but the resistance is in place. more

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As Trump assembles his cabinet from hell, it’s good to talk with people inspired by a passion for the Earth that keeps fighters fighting, even as old threats resurface and new, even worse ones loom on the horizon. more

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The cuisine of New York’s most diverse borough can be found on the streets—where there’s a struggle going on for economic justice. more

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Hurricane Matthew is getting tons of attention, but the underlying reality of climate change is getting no play at all. more

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The very people responsible for this problem won't have to deal with the consequences. more

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Despite a wave of punitive legislation against women, some signs of pushing back. more

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