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Simone (right) and Sitashma (left)

International Friday. Anthropause: Perspectives on Climate Crisis

The new podcast Anthropause, co-hosted by Simone Rawal’20, focuses on environmental issues and climate crisis in Nepal and beyond.

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Mizuki Matsui’20 next to the Buddhist head priest, Mr. Aso Taishun

International Friday: Revitalizing Rural Japan

Mizuki Matsui’20 is helping to revitalize the ancient city of Shiroishi in Northern Japan through the power of tourism.

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Alumni Advice: Maren Schermer ’17

Maren Schermer ’17 talks about her job at the Portland Water Bureau.

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Alumni Advice: Aliza Tresser ’17

Aliza Tresser ’17 shares her experiences as an administrative assistant at the Weatherization Assitance Program

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Stan Riggs, a coastal and marine geologist who has been doing research on modern coastal systems since 1964, surveys the coastal bluffs, marshes, and swamp forests at Goose Creek State Park in Washington, NC, where climate change, rising seas, and shoreline erosion have taken a dramatic toll in the past two decades.

Land of Water

The North Carolina coastal system is always evolving, but a malleable coastline shaped by powerful storms and rising seas clashes with summer tourism, the area’s most important economic driver. At the crossroads of this conflict stands Stan Riggs’60, a coastal geologist and evangelist for science education as the way forward.

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