Feeling it: UW Bothell class helps students face emotional impact of a warming planet
When she first started learning about climate change from one of her elders, Fawn Sharp was invited on a helicopter flight over the Olympic Mountains to survey the Mount Anderson glacier. Sharp, who is now finishing her fourth term as president of the Quinault Indian Nation, remembers a deep sense of loss when she discovered the glacier had vanished.
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#1 Mar 14, 2018
Snowflakes are the most emotionally unstable generation in the history of the planet, enabled by liberal morons that are destroying our children and society. That the UW allows some english teacher to invent a class on her beliefs with no science or fact is an embarrassment to our society. Grow up!
#2 Mar 14, 2018
After having recently lost my mother, I would like to punch this moronic woman right in the face
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