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Sharon Guynup

Sharon Guynup writes on wildlife and environmental issues for U.S. and international publications. She is co-author of "Tigers Forever: Saving the World's Most Endangered Big Cat."

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Six Decades on From Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, Birds Facing 'Inexorable Decline'

Birds may face more threats than any other animal group because they live in — or migrate through — every habitat on Earth.

Sharon Guynup ·


Waterworld USA: Climate Is Adversely Impacting Regional Water Resources

Population is rapidly rising and agricultural, energy, and industrial demands for water are growing. Those needs are now colliding dangerously with climate change, destabilizing water resources with very different and serious repercussions across the U.S..

Sharon Guynup ·

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