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Living Sustainably with Bob Christensen

Sustainability visionary, brown bear whisperer, solo expedition paddler and Zen master of Lemesurier Island—where he's lived alone for nearly two decades—Bob Christensen, 47, is a…

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Guardians of Green: Plastic Pollution Fighters

“We've always been a one-person-at-a-time kind of organization,” says Jason Self. “I am proud every time someone says ‘thank you for your work’ or is…

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River Angel

At the beginning, there’s always an outing, says Kate Ross Kuthe, Education and Outreach Coordinator for Willamette Riverkeeper. “I'm screening films about environmental activists for…

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Keeper of the Stikine

“I don't have any early memories without the Stikine in them,” says Brenda Schwartz-Yeager, “I'm pretty sure the river’s water runs through my veins.” A…

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5 Ws with the Most Interesting Man in Alaska

Sustainability visionary, brown bear whisperer, solo expedition paddler and Zen master of Lemesurier Island—where he's lived alone for nearly two decades—Bob Christensen, 47, is a…

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Conservation In Clayoquot Sound

You can learn a lot about a person by how they answer the phone...and why they don’t. My pre-scheduled call with Dan Lewis, Executive Director…

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Exploring The Contradictions Of Climate Change

Above the northernmost reach of the Alaskan Panhandle, sardined between piles of camping gear, food-stuffed dry bags and folding kayaks, I pressed my face to…

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The Survivors: Rallying from the Brink of Extinction

Environmentally speaking, our species is not doing well. In the past four decades, half of all the wildlife on earth has vanished; there’s talk of…

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Rock the Boat: The Age of Convenience is Destroying Wild Places

One kayaker and Alaska resident's plea to leave the wild in wilderness.   Some say Berners Bay and Lynn Canal are haunted, that on certain…

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Help ShellNo Flotilla!

Check out the latest press release from ShellNo Flotilla - Paddle in Seattle event to get the details of the fight again Shell Oil’s Arctic drilling plans: "Only…

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Cute & Catalytic: Sea Otters

In 2009, a lone sea otter appeared on the Oregon Coast, where they’d been extinct since 1906. It floated twenty yards from the Whale Watching…

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Kayaking for Climate Change

"Alligators, polar bears and ocean-going ships are just some of the dangers adventurer Steve Posselt, 62, will encounter as he takes his kayak 8,000 km…

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New Film Documents Health of America's Longest Navigable Waterway

Nick Caiazza and Joe Zimmerman embarked on June 5th 2014, kayaking the longest waterway in North America—the Jefferson, Missouri and Mississippi Rivers—traversing 14 states to…

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Expedition for Healthy Rivers

The line from the source of the Vaal River to the ocean via the Orange River is the largest continuous water body within the borders…

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Extreme Measures: Paddle-Powered Science

Want to know if the deadly fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis is affecting the Boreal toads and rough-skinned newts on Alaska’s Coronation Island? To find out, here’s…

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