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Greenpeace Suspends Climbers off Portland Bridge to Block Shell’s Arctic Icebreaker Ship and suspended themselves in a row, forming what they hope will be a human blockade to prevent a Shell ship from leaving for the Arctic. They each have enough supplies to last for days, a Greenpeace spokesperson said in an emailed statement. Photos from the ... 07/29/2015 - 5:38 am | View Link
Arctic GEOTRACES Expedition Science Special! Episode 1: An Interview with Dr. Jay Cullen So these are metals, mostly in the transition row of the periodic table, that are again important for organisms as nutrients, or as potential toxins as well. So why is specifically the Canadian Arctic a particularly interesting place to conduct your research? 07/27/2015 - 8:26 am | View Link
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Field Notes from Arctic Watch: Week 1, 2015 For the second year in a row, Vancouver Aquarium associate researcher Dr. Valeria Vergara is spending the summer in the Arctic. Based at Arctic Watch on Somerset Island, Dr. Vergara is carrying out acoustic research on the Cunningham Inlet belugas to learn ... 07/20/2015 - 11:39 am | View Link
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WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reflected on a polarizing term that featured major decisions on marriage equality, health care and housing discrimination on Wednesday evening in a conversation with Duke Law professor Neil Siegel.
Though the court’s term, which wrapped up exactly one month ago, has been widely described as a liberal one, she said she wouldn’t characterize the term (or herself) as “liberal.” To Ginsburg, consecutive terms that produce record dissatisfaction with the court have become par for the course, because she and her fellow justices tend to take up cases that have divided those below them.
“Every year I keep waiting for the year when we will be out of the headlines, but it hasn’t happened yet,” she told Siegel before a standing-room-only crowd of Duke Law alumni and summer students.
NEW YORK -- Will Dana, the managing editor of Rolling Stone, is leaving the publication in August, four months after the magazine retracted a bogus story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia, a spokeswoman confirmed.
Dana, who spent nearly two decades at the magazine, oversaw the newsroom during its biggest journalistic breakdown in nearly a half-century of publishing.