This is the 285th 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 5, 2022 – September 11, 2022):
Monday: “Even mild COVID-19 can cause your brain to shrink” by Sanjay Mishra, National Geographic
Tuesday: “Equitable science for all: Q&A with Dr. Flavio Azevedo on open science practices” by Steffie S. Kim, NASA Science
Wednesday: “Environmental solutions sparked by environmental history” by Dominic McAfee, Heidi K. Alleway, and Sean D. Connell, National Library of Medicine
Friday: “King Charles III brings long history of environmental activism to throne” by Doug Cunningham, UPI
Saturday: “A Sociological View of the Effort to Obstruct Action on Climate Change” by Robert J. Brulle, Footnotes
Sunday: “King Charles III brings long history of environmental activism to throne” by Doug Cunningham, UPI