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Viki Cramer

Freelance science writer
Viki Cramer is a freelance science writer who covers ecology, conservation and the environment. She is a Ph.D.-trained ecologist who spent more than a decade, in a field or forest somewhere, doing the kind of research she now writes about. She lives in Perth, Western Australia.

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  • RT @janetkrupa: How did palm oil become such a problem — and what can we do about it? https://t.co/XKSRu4p3rf via @ensiamedia
  • RT @KlausRiede: How the growing “One Water” movement is not only helping the environment but also saving millions of dollars… https://t.co/ciG4ZcfxZQ
  • RT @treubold: OPINION: We need to talk about how logging in the southern U.S. is harming local residents https://t.co/fOaIvSIBJO… https://t.co/P9NMzEkkSl
  • RT @GetWaterSmart: How the growing “One Water” movement is not only helping the environment but also saving millions of dollars:… https://t.co/yVyCFjDRtE
  • New at Ensia: As we rebuild U.S. #infrastructure, let’s consider how less might really be more https://t.co/WJPxjxCkM4 @Leidyklotz
  • RT @HealthandEnv: You know clean air is good for your health. It’s good for the economy, too. https://t.co/i3wvsOOd5M via @ensiamedia
  • RT @GreenForAll: U.S. environmental groups are largely white. Here’s what some are — and some aren’t — doing about it.… https://t.co/ePsnwHboBQ
  • RT @mlynndonahue: Great perspectives on #diversity in #environment and #conservation orgs feat. @UMSEAS Dr. Dorceta Taylor, ever insp… https://t.co/AX0Q1MO8Yi
  • RT @LaTresseSnead: “There is a serious disconnect between the changing demographics in our country and the lack of diverse leadership… https://t.co/Bu3ZIKG94q
  • RT @merckff: U.S. environmental groups are largely white. Here’s what some are — and some aren’t — doing about it.… https://t.co/WNxI5PVxx1

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