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Salish Sea Shared Waters Forum

The Salish Sea Shared Waters Forum will occur via videoconference Oct. 14 and 15 and is free and open to anyone interested in issues confronting the Salish Sea, a critical shared-boundary region that is home to salmon, shellfish and orcas. The Salish Sea is a vital part of commercial and …

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Eco-authenticity: advocating for a low-carbon world while living a high-carbon lifestyle

George Marshall, in his book Don’t Even Think About It, describes the inner conflict, depression and guilt that many scientists feel “as they struggle to square what they know about the impacts of high-carbon lifestyles with the pressure to conform to a society where those lifestyles are not just encouraged but also often required as a mark of social belonging.”

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