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After the People’s Climate March

  By Cherice Bock, Whole Terrain editor In case you haven’t heard, the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21, 2014 drew in about 400,000 people, making it the largest climate march in history. In addition, 2,646 other marches and events occurred around the globe in 162 countries …

On Trust & Electric Cars

By Cherice Bock, Whole Terrain editor My family and I leased a Nissan Leaf earlier this year. It’s fully electric and seats our family of four comfortably. Going along with the current Whole Terrain call for submissions on the theme of trust, I want to share two ways this purchase requires trust: first, I find …

Feeding the Writer retreat on Cape Cod – April 11-13

You are cordially invited to attend the annual Feeding the Writer and Exploring the Writing Process weekend retreat on Cape Cod. The retreat will be facilitated by Whole Terrain contributor Fred Taylor and Managing Director Rowland Russell, April 11-13 at the National Environmental Education Development Center in Truro at the Cape Cod National Seashore. …

Tom Wessels: A keynote speaker at Communicating Science

We are excited to announce Tom Wessels as A keynote presenter at our upcoming Communicating Science weekend.  Tom, preeminent terrestrial ecologist and AUNE Environmental Studies faculty emeritus, has written several books including Reading the Forested Landscape: A Natural History of New England and The Myth of Progress: Toward a Sustainable Future.  …

Two-Time Contributor Has New Book On The Way

by Caroline Ailanthus Janisse Ray’s new book, The Seed Underground, is due out on August 1.  Janisse is a two-time contributor to Whole Terrain, having given us “Towards a Real Earth Day” in Volume 14, 2005/2006, Celebration and Ceremony, and “Revolution: Beauty and the Coming Apart of Beauty, Becoming Beauty …

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