A ramble, the moon and a sunrise

Cold morning ramble around Spencer Butte on Christmas Eve morning Earlier in the week, the moonrise was perfectly clear And another day, the sunrise painted a dirty sky red and orange above our neighbor’s house

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ELAW published “Advocate”

There are a couple of really good reads contained in ELAW’s recent “Advocate” : The piece on Lottie Cunningham is not to be missed. She is just an environment hero no matter how you slice up that word – she’s … Read More

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A new book / community to check out

This new book crossed my desk today. I have not yet read it, but the background information and the contents merit a read – on my list. https://www.allwecansave.earth/ Clipped from the website, quote: There is a renaissance blooming in the … Read More

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Role model data analysis from H

Sometimes writers just nail it. More for the ‘how’ than the ‘what’. Here’s a great example from Dr H. Read this post on today’s Phily Fed report and ask yourself, ‘did i understand the point and the nuance?’ – most … Read More

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Good news – Bowhead whales in US waters

Grist published a quick update on NOAA’s recent report, and called out a nugget of good news wrt Bowhead whale numbers. They also acknowledged that this conservation effort was mostly a result of stewardship from the indigenous people’s organization Alaska … Read More

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WAPO’s Cybersecurity “Network” – WOW

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2018/politics/powerpost/thenetwork/ This is an incredibly smart group of people and from across a wide range of backgrounds and disciplines. Some I’ve worked with, and some I’ve heard of … What do they produce? A survey on the efficacy and failures … Read More

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