In the Media
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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NEWS
HIGH COUNTRY NEWS
ARCTIC + OCEANS DEEPLY
THE AMERICAN WEST
PARIS CLIMATE NEGOTIATIONS
In June 2012, a grass fire swept through the town of Last Chance, Colorado, burning 45,000 acres and earning the title of Colorado's fourth largest wildfire to date. Marlys Swan's 55-year-old family home was the fire's last stop before crews contained the blaze a mile away.
Since 2000, 13 grizzly bears have died on the Canadian Pacific Railway which cuts through Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. At a remote test site in the park, wildlife ecologists are searching for a remedy to the railway problem.
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On November 14, 2013, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service crushed their six-ton stockpile of illegal ivory. I was part of a three-person team that produced a short documentary on the ivory trade for OnEarth. The documentary was later screened at Elephant Poaching & Ivory Smashing, a panel discussion at the CU Museum of Natural History hosted by my team. (Watch in Google Chrome.)