**The following handouts are word documents unless otherwise noted.
- Winter 2006 Course Description
- Weekly Overview (Winter 2006)
- Workshop/Assignment I (Winter 2006)
- Weekly Overview (Fall 2005)
- Paper Assignment I (Fall 2005)
- Paper Assignment II (Fall 2005)
- Paper Assignment III (Fall 2005)
- Columbia River Fieldtrip
- Consumerism Fieldtrip Map to LeMay Museum
- Writing Tips
- Thesis Guidelines
- End of Quarter Questionnaire
- Elwha Dam Removal Gets Final Go-ahead
- Marc Reisner Obituary
- A New Weapon for Wal-Mart: A War Room
By Michael Barbero
Published: November 1, 2005 New York Times
- Owens Valley Mural
By Randal C. Archibold
Published: November 3, 2005 New York Times
- Kurt Vonnegut Judges Modern Society
NPR: Morning Edition, January 23, 2006
- Climate Expert Says NASA Tried to Silence Him
By Andrew C. Revkin
Published: January 29, 2006 New York Times
- Toast the Earth with Exxon Mobil
- Editorial: Censoring Truth
The Bush administration set a new standard of cynicism when it allowed NASA's leading authority on global warming to be mugged by a 24-year-old who had inflated his résumé.
Published: February 9, 2006 New York Times
- Editorial Observer: Good News From New Guinea
By Verlyn Klinkenborg
A sigh of relief at the thought of what we don't know.
OPINION | February 19, 2006 New York Times
- Bush's Chat With Novelist Alarms Environmentalists
By Michael Janofsky
Michael Crichton's best-selling novel, "State of Fear," suggests that global warming is an unproven theory and an overstated threat.
NATIONAL | February 19, 2006 New York Times
- Europe's chill linked to disease
By Kate Ravilious
Europe's "Little Ice Age" may have been triggered by the 14th Century Black Death plague, according to a new study.
BBC News February 27, 2006
Last updated: March 2, 2006 © Robert Smurr. All Rights Reserved.