Sarah Jaquette Ray

Humboldt State University

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Professor of environmental studies at Humboldt State University.

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Rallies to protest inaction over climate change are happening in more than 100 countries today, including Australia, Japan, France, and the U.S.

Helping students cope with stress around climate change

Rallies to protest inaction over climate change are happening in more than 100 countries today, including Australia, Japan, France, and the U.S.

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