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Hell or High Water: How Will CA Adapt to the Anthropocene?

By: Glen Martin
Date: Summer 2017
CAL Berkeley - SUMMER MAGAZINE
 

On February 12, 2017, nearly 200,000 Californians got the order to flee for their lives.

Trump Rolls Back DAPA

Members of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles hold signs outside a vigil for immigrants at Our Lady Queen of Angels Church on April 16, 2015. David McNew / Reuters
 
By: Aria Bendix
June 16, 2017
The Atlantic
 

Illegal Border Crossings Spiked 27 Percent in May

Associated Press

New stats show apprehensions by U.S. CBP increased for the first time since Trump took office in January

 

California: The state where people don’t move

IRS data for 2015 shows 207,861 tax filers — a good estimate of households — from other states lived in California the year before. We may miss those old relatives or friends, but they add up to only 1.48 percent of 14 million California filings. Only Michigan had a lower exits-to-population ratio. (Images compiled from Wikimedia Commons)

More states follow Trump's assault on 'sanctuary cities'

Many cities across the U.S. identify as sanctuary cities, despite President Trump's threat to withhold federal funds.
Here's a closer look at what that label means. USA TODAY NETWORK

Sanctuary Bills in Maryland Faced a Surprise Foe: Legal Immigrants

Residents of Howard County, Md., at the start of a county council meeting in March.CreditMatt Roth for The New York Times

Noise pollution is drowning out nature even in protected areas – study

Steps have been taken to cut the noise from motor boats and snowmobiles in Yellowstone national park. Photograph: Konrad Wothe/Getty Images

By Damian Carrington
May 4 2017 
The Guardian
 

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