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The Planet, Spring 2014, The Human Issue



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Publication Date

Spring 2014


Western Washington University. Associated Students. Environmental Center; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies

Editor in Chief

Moran, Mikey Jane; Mikkelborg, Sarah


Western Washington University


Bellingham, WA

Production Staff

Editors: Beth Carlson, Julian Theberge, Meg Duke; Science Editor: Christopher Zemp; Multimedia Editor: Kylie Wade; Designers: Ruth Ganzhorn, Zachary Sankey; Assisting Designer: Enkhbayar Munkh-Erdene; Web Designer: Keghouhi Bedoyan; Multimedia: Demi Cavanaugh, Kolton Kirkendoll, Emily Ptrovski, Evelyn Sisk; Writers: Michelle Boscole, Kenneth Clarkson, Tyler Crebar, Bennett Hanson, Jenny Hubbard, Brooklynn Johnson, Shane Nelson, Kelsey Rowlson, Francine St. Laurent, Reed Strong, Yvonne Worden; Photographers: Danny Miller, Maggie Montgomery, Jake Parrish, David Waugh

Photography Editor

Brooke Warren


Paci-Green, Rebekah

Publisher (Digital Object)

Resources made available by The Planet and Special Collections, Heritage Resources, Western Libraries, Western Washington University.

Table of Contents

Unearthing Injustice by Shane Nelson

Impact Abroad by Yvonne Worden

At Home in the Woods by Kelsey Rowlson

Staying Alive by Reed Strong

Natural Influence by Francine St. Laurent

Tide is Out, Table is Set by Tyler Crebar and The Planet staff

Water Privilege by Jenny Hubbard

Collapse by Bennet Hanson and The Planet staff

Blinded by Light by Brooklynn Johnson

Domesticating the Wild by Michelle Boscole

Space Miners by Kenneth Clarkson




Publication at Western Washington University

Geographic Coverage

Washington (State)


Environmental Sciences | Higher Education | Journalism Studies


Student publication, Ecology, Environmental Studies

Document Type


Subject-Topical (LCSH)

Human ecology--Washington (State)--Periodicals; Ecology--Washington (State)--Periodicals

Subject-Names (LCNAF)

Western Washington University--Students--Periodicals; Huxley College of the Environment--Students--Periodicals


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The Planet, 2014, Spring

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