Steven J. Hollenhorst¹ and Howard L. Sharfstein²

Summary

We propose an institutional framework, organizational design, and financing system — based on current law and markets — to acquire and secure legal rights to subterranean and biogenic carbon reserves on behalf of the public, including future generations. …


Finding a win-win outcome for justice and science in the Huxley College name issue.

By Wayne Landis, David Leaf and Steve Hollenhorst

Originally published at https://theplanetmagazine.net on May 18, 2021.

Huxley College of the Environment on Western Washington University campus in spring. Photo courtesy of Huxley College of the Environment.


Steve Hollenhorst and Wayne Landis

Originally published at https://www.seattletimes.com on May 7, 2021.

Consider two names associated with one of our state’s public universities, one a slave owner and the other an abolitionist. Which do you think might be canceled? You got it, the abolitionist.

As Western Washington University examines


July 25, 2021. Yay, the last day! Today I finish up the trip by riding to Canal Park on Lake Superior, in Duluth. The day started by Bob letting me off around the construction east of Grand Rapids. The entire highway was closed down, both directions for repaving. …


July 24, 2021. I was fortunate to spend the last couple nights of this crazy adventure with my childhood friend Bob Jones. Bob is building a little cabin on Bello Lake, just north of Highway 2, and by chance he was up at the cabin for the weekend. …


July 23, 2021. This morning Todd drove me back from his place to Hwy 2. Just east of Fosston I rode over the continental divide, out of the Hudson Bay Watershed, where the Red River flows, and into the Mississippi Watershed.

Much of this part of the ride went through…


July 22, 2021. Having gone to bed super early the night before, it was easy to get up early and start riding in the dark. The weather report was not good, with hotter and windier conditions predicted. …


July 21, 2021. Another predawn start for the 95 mile push to East Grand Forks, on the Minnesota-side of the Red River from Grand Forks, ND.

It was basically another day of fighting the strange southeast winds, but at least today they came a bit more from the south, allowing…


July 20, 2021. Glorious cloud cover today, partly I think from the smoke of wildfires. So I stole a march from the sun and heat and wind. Instead of stopping for the day at the halfway point in Rugby I kept going, 126 miles to Devils Lake. I got up…


July 22, 2021. Having gone to bed super early the night before, it was easy to get up early and start riding in the dark. The weather report was not good, with hotter and windier conditions predicted. …

steve hollenhorst

Professor and Dean: Huxley College of the Environment at Western Washington University. Founder: McCall Outdoor Science School and the West Virginia Land Trust.

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