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    SPWC members work together to share work on an important seasonal border crossing.
  • Probability & Statistics, Wild Culture, ©2014
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    Probability & Statistics, Wild Culture, ©2014
    Why the polling industry — and the media who are their clients — need to account for what they're telling us. By Eustace Mendis.
  • Tomb of the Girl bulldozed, Wild Culture, ©2014
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    Tomb of the Girl bulldozed, Wild Culture, ©2014
    As Islamic militants go mental on relics that have stood for a thousand years, the heart of a writer, and perhaps a civilization, sinks to a new low. By Fred Fiske.
  • Woman being cuffed by police, Wild Culture, ©2014
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    Woman being cuffed by police, Wild Culture, ©2014
    Arrests this week in New York beg the question: 'What happened to the constitutional right to peaceably assemble?' By Fred Fiske.
  • Animal and human eyes, Wild Culture, ©2014
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    Animal and human eyes, Wild Culture, ©2014
    Wildonomics: part 2 in our series on new approaches to reinhabiting the city — and developing our intimacy with the non-human. By Daniel Crockett.
  • Oktoberfest, German Argentines, Wild Culture, 2014
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    Oktoberfest, German Argentines, Wild Culture, 2014
    More than football links Argentina and Germany. By James Cullingham.
  • Climate change- 029_0
    Key findings from the survey conducted by the American Sustainable Business Council include:•  Eighty-seven percent (87%) of business owners named one or more consequences of climate change as potentially harmful to their businesses. A majority (53%) said they were concerned about higher energy costs, 48 percent cited costs stemming from power outages due to stress on the power grid, and 37 percent cited a rise in health care costs.
  • Daniel Crockett, Urban Rehab, #1
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    Daniel Crockett, Urban Rehab, #1
    A new 10-part series on revamping how we live in city space. It's the future and you are there . . . in nature more than ever. By Daniel Crockett.
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    Elephant
    On an event addressing a complex system of illegality endangering the elephant. By Whitney Smith.
  • map_of_glasgow
    Glasgow is a warm Harris tweed coat with pockets of surprise. The random events set up by passionate groups and individuals constantly explore the possibilities in the urban landscape — and add color to the experience of being a Glaswegian.
  • Hockey infants fighting
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    Hockey infants fighting
    Why a Canadian is not cheering for his country's team in the Olympics. By James Cullingham.
  • Chinese New Year, London
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    Chinese New Year, London, Chinese New Year, London
    Is delighting in social spontaneity and freedom to discover being increasingly extinguished in British public events? By Lisa Ann Wilson.

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