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March 10th – ‘Behind the Emerald Curtain’ with discussion led by Jason Gonzales from Oregon Wild and Paul Engelmeyer of the Portland Audubon Society. Check out the Preview.
March 24th – ‘Seeing the Forest’ with discussion led by Jason Gonzales from Oregon Wild and Paul Engelmeyer of the Portland Audubon Society.
April 7th – ‘Surfing Hollow Days’ The evening will be a celebration of the legacy of surfing as a representation of a healthy interaction with our coast. We will be hosting a presentation by local legends Scott and Sandy Blackman and their new book.
On Saturday, NASA dropped a bombshell of a climate report. February 2016 has soared past all rivals as the warmest seasonally adjusted month in more than a century of global recordkeeping. The previous record was set just last month. Perhaps even more remarkable is that February 2015 crushed the previous February record–set in 1998 during the peak atmospheric influence of the 1997-98 “super” El Niño that’s comparable in strength to the current one–by a massive 0.47°C (0.85°F). Although the science of attributing extreme weather events to a warming climate is still evolving, February 2016 gave us a number of extreme weather events that were made more probable by a warmer climate.
Source: February Smashes Earth’s All-Time Global Heat Record by a Jaw-Dropping Margin | Dr. Jeff Masters’ WunderBlog
How far would you go to rescue the remains of a bygone world you’ve loved since you were a kid? Peter Knego went to Alang, India, and then did it again and again, to save what he could of the…
Our weekly look at a favorite new typeface. Share yours with us on Twitter and Instagram @AIGAdesign with #TypeTuesday. Name: Phoreus Cherokee Designer: Mark Jamra Foundry: Type Culture Release Date: 2014; version 2.0 in October 2015 Back story: In the summer of 2011, two representatives from
In 2014 the former press gallery journalist officially ‘quit’ Australia to form his own nation in Queensland. Almost two years later he is the Yidindji foreign minister, and it’s clear he’s doing much more than making a symbolic point