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Gregory Scruggs

FEATURE-Home on the range? Private buyers restore U.S. grassland to cowboy consternation

18 Jul 2019

AMERICAN PRAIRIE RESERVE, Montana, July 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - S agebrush waved in the breeze, prairie dogs chattered, pronghorn antelope galloped and bison wallowed under the Montana sun.

As climate shifts bring 'horror movie' floods, Rio struggles to adjust

09 May 2019

RIO DE JANEIRO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Last month, a torrent of water knocked down a wall in Rita de Cassia Goncalves da Silva's house in the Horto favela behind Rio de Janeiro's botanical garden, at the foot of the Tijuca rainforest.

Polar opposites: the remote Alaskan village divided over oil drilling

02 May 2019

KAKTOVIK, Alaska (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The sun had yet to rise in the remote Arctic in northeastern Alaska but tourists in search of polar bears were already boarding small boats setting off from a frozen beach.

CORRECTED-FEATURE-Polar opposites: the remote Alaskan village divided over oil drilling

01 May 2019

KAKTOVIK, Alaska, April 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - T he sun had yet to rise in the remote Arctic in northeastern Alaska but tourists in search of polar bears were already boarding small boats setting off from a frozen beach.

Homes like parkas? Shivering Arctic dwellers may need housing rethink

29 Apr 2019

SEATTLE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Arctic housing specialist Jack Hébert likes to paraphrase a saying from the Inupiaq, a Native Alaskan group living north of the Arctic Circle.

Homes like parkas? Shivering Arctic dwellers may need housing rethink

29 Apr 2019

SEATTLE, April 29 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Arctic housing specialist Jack Hébert likes to paraphrase a saying from the Inupiaq, a Native Alaskan group living north of the Arctic Circle.

Roll on, Columbia? U.S. tribes demand seat at river treaty negotiating table

17 Apr 2019

BRIDGEPORT, Washington (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Rodney Cawston's father and grandfather passed down stories of such abundant salmon fishing in the U.S. Northwest's Columbia River that the banks were a feast of red flesh.

FEATURE-Roll on, Columbia? U.S. tribes demand seat at river treaty negotiating table

17 Apr 2019

BRIDGEPORT, Washington, April 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - R odney Cawston's father and grandfather passed down stories of such abundant salmon fishing in the U.S. Northwest's Columbia River that the banks were a feast of red flesh.

Oil giant backs high-tech rescue for collapsing Arctic ice cellars

29 Jan 2019

KAKTOVIK, Alaska (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Inupiaq hunters wrestle a 100-ton bowhead whale back to land from the high seas, the next challenge is where to store all that meat.

FEATURE-Oil giant backs high-tech rescue for collapsing Arctic ice cellars

29 Jan 2019

KAKTOVIK, Alaska, Jan 29 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Inupiaq hunters wrestle a 100-ton bowhead whale back to land from the high seas, the next challenge is where to store all that meat.

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