What We’re Reading

A genuinely eclectic collection of articles this week, including mites and pumpkins, historical context from two centuries ago and news from last week, and yet more ways that scientists are studying how humans are affecting our planet and how warming is affecting every ecosystem. You will be prepared to be scintillating company at all your holiday parties. Personally, I think the mites are the way to go if you’re having a hard time getting a conversation started…
NCSE Executive Director Ann Reid
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Ann Reid is the Executive Director of NCSE.

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