This is the 133rd post in my series that explores the most-used words in the top stories shared among Environmental Historians and Environmental Humanities scholars on Twitter each week.
Here are the top articles among environmental historians and humanities scholars this past week (September 9, 2019 – September 15, 2019):
Monday: “Nearly 2 Million People in India Could Lose Citizenship in Biggest Disenfranchisement in History,” Democracy Now!
Tuesday: “Commerce Chief Threatened Firings at NOAA After Trump’s Dorian Tweets, Sources Say” by Christopher Flavelle, Lisa Friedman, and Peter Baker, The New York Times
Wednesday: “Aquatic and terrestrial organisms display contrasting life history strategies as a result of environmental adaptations” by Pol Capdevila, et.al., BioRxiv
Thursday: “CO2 in the atmosphere just exceeded 415 parts per million for the first time in history” by Jonathan Shieber, TechCrunch
Friday: ““We Are Striking to Disrupt the System”: An Hour with 16-Year-Old Climate Activist Greta Thunberg,” Democracy Now!
Saturday: “‘National tragedy’: Trump begins border wall construction in Unesco reserve” by Samuel Gilbert, The Guardian
Sunday: “De tweederangs universiteit komt eraan” by Harald Merckelbach, nrc.nl