30 Jun

Welcome!

UBIQUE, meaning everywhere in Latin, is one of the oldest phrases tied to the history of the American Geographical Society. It represents our presence throughout the country and the world, and also represents the sphere of Geography itself. Our longtime...
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4 Aug

Map of the Week: EPA Superfund Sites

by Alex Griffin The U.S Environmental Protection Agency was founded in 1970 under the Nixon administration after a renewed focus on environmental issues in American cities, most notably when the Cuyahoga River spontaneously ignited near Cleveland due to chemical pollution....
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25 Jul

Company Spotlight: Constellis

By James Mallinson Threats to American citizens, companies, and government facilities abroad present new and ever-evolving challenges for both United States federal security services and the private security companies assisting in protecting American assets around the world. Geospatial awareness in...
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6 Jul

Geographical Review Preview: CLIMATE AND SOCIETY: Transforming the Future; FROM KNOWLEDGE TO POWER: The Comprehensive Handbook for Climate Science and Advocacy; ENDING FOSSIL FUELS: Why Net Zero is Not Enough

Planned, collective, and immediate action is both possible and necessary, as these three books on climate policy seek to show. Compellingly written and drawing on different theoretical frameworks, they are suitable for undergraduate readers as well as the climate-alarmed public....
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