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  • Contact Us | The Story Group
    Scientists on the Front Lines of Climate Change Other Stories Image Galleries About Us Contact Us Support Our Work Contact Us Contact The Story Group We look forward to hearing from you To contact us by email please use the secure form below and we will get in touch with you shortly Feel free to contact us the old fashion way at The Story Group 1135 Pearl St 207 Boulder

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/contact-us/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Support Our Work | The Story Group
    up the slack and keep producing important stories Thus we need your support The Story Group is funded entirely through grants donations and commissions from non profits foundations and individuals We re pleased to partner with Conservation Ink a 501 c 3 non profit that supports conservation media projects Individuals and organizations interested in supporting The Story Group can contribute by clicking on the Paypal button below All donations to

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  • Unacceptable Risk | The Story Group
    of Whittemore and other firefighters who are repeatedly responding to record breaking wildfires Human caused climate changes are transforming Colorado s fire environment bringing higher temperatures drier fuels and diseases to forest These climate impacts mix with other human pressures to create a volatile situation for firefighters and communities If current trends continue we can expect more frequent larger and more devastating wildfires in Colorado and across the country For

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/unacceptable-risk-firefighters-on-the-front-lines-of-climate-change/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Our Native Tongue | The Story Group
    Northern Cheyenne are opposing a proposed railroad that would cut through their ancestral lands to haul Montana coal to the Pacific coast for export Our Native Tongue reports on the Cheyenne s fight against the railroad and the extraordinary coalition of tribal people and ranchers who have joined together to stop the project This entry was posted on Tuesday January 5th 2016 at 1 21 pm It is filed under

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/our-native-tongue/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Moving the Giants | The Story Group
    the genetics of the world s largest trees before they re gone and to replant global forests to fight climate change This is the story of David and the redwood champions of California News from the festivals Moving the Giants won Best Short at the Environmental Film Festival at Yale Audience Choice Award at Films for the Forest at South by Southwest and runner up for the Eric Moe Sustainability

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/moving-the-giants/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Oyster farmers and ocean acidification | The Story Group
    ocean waters that are more acidic and corrosive than their fathers grandfathers and great grandfathers knew This ocean acidification is one planetary response to humans burning of fossil fuels which releases carbon dioxide that is absorbed by the oceans According to the National Climate Assessment oceans currently absorb about a quarter of human caused carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere leading to ocean acidification that will alter marine ecosystems in

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  • Dry and Drier in West Texas | The Story Group
    plant closed and the tax base shrank As Kevin puts it these communities are drying up Scientists can put some numbers behind the Igos experience In 2011 many places in Texas and Oklahoma recorded more than 100 days over 100 degrees Heat and drought contributed to more than 10 billion in agricultural losses alone According to the National Climate Assessment communities that are already vulnerable to weather and climate extremes

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/texas/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Colorado fire chief faces extreme wildfires | The Story Group
    early season fire that kicked off the most destructive fire season in Colorado s recorded history until 2013 eclipsed that record According to the 2014 National Climate Assessment higher average temperatures are drying out forest fuels increasing the length of the fire season reducing snow cover and increasing the vulnerability of western forests to more wildfire Climate change is very real Chief McLaughlin says It s changed my entire life

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/co-fire-2/ (2016-04-30)
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