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Benjamin Goulet

Benjamin Goulet

Benjamin Goulet is a freelance writer based in Twentynine Palms, CA. He has written about a variety of topics for both local and national publications. 

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Jocelyn Torres of the Conservation Land Foundation
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Earth Focus

What’s at Stake in Our 'Public Lands'?

As an advocate for public lands, Jocelyn Torres is shaping the future of conservation by protecting wide-open landscapes of the American West from destructive industries.
Mountain lion P-47 in February 2019 | Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area / Public Domain
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Earth Focus

Young Mountain Lion Found Dead in Santa Monica Mountains

The mountain lion documented as P-47 was found dead in the Santa Monica Mountains. 
Bobcats - Westlake Village - Four Kittens
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Earth Focus

Four Bobcat Kittens Discovered in California Backyard

Despite the Woolsey fire altering habitats in devastating ways, wildlife is adapting to survive.
Hilled Landscape in Mojave Desert
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Earth Focus

Endgame: SB-120 and the Battle Over the Cadiz Project

The Cadiz project has been one of the most controversial and hardest-fought environmental battles the Mojave Desert.
The only road connecting Isle de Jean Charles to the rest of Louisiana.  | Nicky Milne/Thomson Reuters Foundation
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Earth Focus

Forced to Move: Climate Change Already Displacing U.S. Communities

Climate change, expected to displace up to 200 million people by 2050, is cited as the number one global security threat of the 21st century.
Fire Chasers: Firefighter Watches Burn
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California on Fire: Jeff Frost and the Making of Fire Chasers

Fire Chasers is a visceral experience, as viewers follow firefighters in the air on CalFire helicopters, on the ground in the wilderness and around the table at fire stations across the state.
Historic photos of Grand Canyon, circa 1935
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Earth Focus

David Brower: The Man Who Saved the Grand Canyon From Dam Builders

Many historians see David Brower’s early successes in saving Dinosaur National Monument and the Grand Canyon from dam builders as a turning point for the environmental movement.
Members working | Transition Network | All Rights Reserved
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Earth Focus

The Transition Movement's Grassroots Strategies to Fight Climate Change

The transition movement addresses a sense of paralysis spurred by the sheer complexity of climate change by giving local communities the tools to develop grassroots strategies to combat global warming.
Pumpjacks in a Bakken oilfield | Photo: Alan Graham McQuillen, PhD, some rights reserved
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Earth Focus

Is the Dakota Access Pipeline Already Obsolete?

Production at the Bakken oilfields, the source of oil for DAPL, is in a steep, likely irreversible decline. 
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'Our Progress Cannot be Undone': Clean Energy Activist Allen Hernandez

We have an opportunity to lead here in California. We will set the agenda, not the Trump Administration.
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