No. 257, Oct. 27, 2022
Hello Revelator readers,
What environmental terrors keep horror writers up at night? A dozen authors share what scares them more than ghosts and goblins — and why those fears should also drive action.
After being hunted to near extinction, beavers have made a comeback. They’re often hailed for their many planet-saving virtues. But that’s its own kind of problem, say two experts.
Displaced by recent hurricanes? We’ve got tips on how to cast your ballot even if you’re dealing with recovery efforts.
From the archives:
Emperor penguins aren’t the only residents of Antarctica in trouble.
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Here are five more stories we’re watching this week.
1. Deforestation Slowed Last Year — But Not Enough to Meet Climate Goals (Nature)
2. Emperor Penguins Listed as Endangered by U.S. Because of Climate Crisis (The Guardian)
3. Mountain Valley Pipeline's Permit to Cross Streams in West Virginia Faces Legal Challenge (Roanoke Times)
4. Poll: Climate Change Is a Key Issue in the Midterm Elections Among Likely Voters of Color (Inside Climate News)
5. Coming Soon to a Food Label Near You: ‘Bee-Friendly’ Certifications (Civil Eats)
What should we cover next?
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Our latest Links From the Brink has good news and bad news about dams and coal, plus how science and renewable energy can support Ukraine.
As always, thank you for reading. Stay safe and connected.