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Earthjustice Quarterly Magazine: Summer 2012

Issue 119
Summer 2012
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Back Home
on the Range

By Daniel Glick
Photos By Bill Campbell
More than one hundred years ago, bison were slaughtered by the millions. This spring, the great herds were being re-born on the Great Plains—one baby at a time.

Extra
Video and Q&A:
Re-Born to be Re-Wild

Extra
Photo Slideshow: Bison at Ft. Peck

Departments

From the President
Trip Van Noppen

A Bad Climate for Grizzlies

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in the Magazine print edition.

From The Hill
Marty Hayden

The Shadow Knows

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in the Magazine print edition.

You The Reader
Terry Winckler

From the Editor

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in the Magazine print edition.

Frontlines
| Tom Turner

Current Cases, Issues, and Victories

Just Dessert
| Shirley Hao

Life's Beginnings,
Bird-Style

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in the Magazine print edition.

Features


Too Old, Too Dirty to Live
By John McManus
In the heart of coal country, an old power plant may quit its polluting coal habit, thanks to relentless pressure from Earthjustice attorneys.


Conversation: Thomas L. Friedman
By Trip Van Noppen
Mass extinctions, a green deal and a controversial grand bargain came up in disucssion between New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman and President Trip Van Noppen.


Dying Reefs
By Jessica A. Knoblauch
Oceans absorb quantities of carbon dioxide—but too much of a good thing is turning oceans into acid baths and coral reefs into dead zones.

Extra
Infographic: The Process of Ocean Acidification

A Hero's Legacy
By Liz Judge
The fight to save Appalachia from mountaintop removal mining didn't end with the death of a legendary defender. The footsteps of Judy Bond are being filled by her daughter.

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in the Magazine print edition.

Extra
My Mountain Story: Lisa Henderson

The Power of Action
By Alexander Rony
Here's what happens when 320,000 Earthjustice supporters take action.

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in the Magazine print edition.

YourPhoto

By Rick Lewis
Coyote moves through San Luis National Wildlife Refuge, CA. This is the second photo to appear in the Magazine by photographer Rick Lewis of Alta Loma, CA.

Extra
Slideshow: Reader's Gallery

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&Contributors

President
Trip Van Noppen
Editor
Terry Winckler
Associate Editor
Jessica A. Knoblauch
Art Director
Ray Wan
Photo Director
Chris Jordan-Bloch
Contributors
Kari Birdseye
Shirley Hao
Martin Hayden
Liz Judge
Alexander Rony
Brian Smith
Kathleen Sutcliffe
Tom Turner

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PhotoCredits

Cover:
Ted Woods
Free-roaming bison flow at the foot of the Grand Tetons.

Back Home on the Range:
Bill Campbell
The first wild baby bison born at Fort Peck Indian Reservation.

Video, Q&A:
Bill Campbell
Managing Attorney Tim Preso.

Bison at Ft. Peck:
Bill Campbell
Baby bison on Ft. Peck Indian Reservation.

On the Hill, Just Dessert:
Loetus Creative

Too Old, Too Dirty:
Shawn Poynter
The Big Sandy coal-fired power plant in Kentucky.

Dying Reefs:
Gustavo Danemann
Despite its remarkable rebound, the Cabo Pulmo reef in the Gulf of California and other coral reefs worldwide face deep peril.

A Hero's Legacy:
Chris Jordan-Bloch
Lisa Henderson, Judy Bond's daughter.

Your Photo:
Rick Lewis
Coyote moves through San Luis National Wildlife Refuge, CA.