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China’s quiet race to alternative energy

ALTERED HABITATS By Doug Struck | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   NOVEMBER 13, 2014 Anyone surprised that China, the world’s biggest greenhouse gas polluter, would agree to sharply curtail its emissions has not …

Call for climate action is an echo of the past

ALTERED HABITATS photo by CARLO ALLEGRI/REUTERS ; A protester carried a sign during the “People’s Climate March” in New York City on Sept. 21. By Doug Struck   | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   SEPTEMBER 23, …

Boston’s cool summer: Where’s global warming?

By Doug Struck | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   SEPTEMBER 03, 2014 0 COMMENTS photo by DAVID L. RYAN/GLOBE STAFF Bicyclists in Falmouth.   Global warming? What global warming? Bostonians who trudged back to work after Labor …

Google Earth captures Boston’s leaks

ALTERED HABITATS By Doug Struck   | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   JULY 16, 2014 Google Earth’s prowling map cars have helped produce the latest image of Boston’s leaky gas pipelines and offered an example …

No tech bullet for climate change: Swiss scientist

ALTERED HABITATS By Doug Struck | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT JULY 12, 2014   He was good, the head of Albert Einstein’s college said about the famous student. Very good; he changed …

Plastic bag ban stalled in state legislature

ALTERED HABITATS By Doug Struck | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT JULY 01, 2014 A woman walks with a plastic bag in Sacramento, Calif. A move to make Massachusetts the first state to …

MA. agrees with Mom: Don’t Waste Food

ALTERED HABITATS Massachusetts is taking a new approach to food waste By Doug Struck | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT JUNE 23, 2014   When Torontonians push back from the dinner table, they …

LNG still coming in to NE, not going out

ALTERED HABITATS The fight over liquefied natural gas By Doug Struck | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   JUNE 11, 2014       AP PHOTO/HOEGH LNG Hoegh LNG’s gas vessel “Independence” during its sea …

Public Opinion: A breakthrough?

ALTERED HABITAT Will public opinion shift with new evidence of climate change? By Doug Struck | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   MAY 23, 2014 Public ambivalence about climate change in this country has been a …

The Keelings: Tracking a runaway climate

By Doug Struck GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   MAY 06, 2014    Ralph Keeling grew up watching the climate change. As a little boy, he saw his father, Charles David Keeling, begin to …

The avoided topic: How do we stop more babies?

ALTERED HABITATS As the world’s population grows, are we borrowing from mankind’s future? By Doug Struck | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   MAY 02, 2014 Environmental apostles are only too ready to tell us …

Bingaman: Washington won’t move on climate

Science ALTERED HABITATS   Bostonglobe.com By Doug Struck | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   APRIL 18, 2014 Don’t expect any help from Washington in combating climate change, says a man who knows both. “Until a …

Doug Struck has been a journalist for 35 years. He was a national roving reporter, foreign bureau chief, war correspondent and an environmental reporter for The Washington Post and The Baltimore Sun. He has reported from six continents and 50 states. He is now senior journalist in residence at Emerson College in Boston, where he teaches and continues to report on environmental issues.

He earned a master's degree in Environmental Sustainability in 2015 from Harvard Extension School.


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