Huntington Beach Oil Spill: Damon Nagami and Dr. Curtis Eng ask if irreversible effects outlive our memory of them?
The recent oil spill off the coast of Huntington Beach, California is not the first of its kind. But, if the public fights to keep its memory alive, perhaps it can be among the last.
The New York Times' panel “Reasons to Believe: Unleashing the Power of Optimism” asked activists Bruno Rodriguez, Elizabeth Wathuti, Dr. Katharine Wilkinson and Journalist Simon Mundy what new perspectives are needed for addressing the climate crisis.
At the recent New York Times Climate Conference, Somini Sengupta and climate leaders lead a debate on whether or not with rising populism, democratic leaders can really address climate change.
In the New York Times’ panel “Washing Up: Ensuring Universal Access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene,” Oscar winner Matt Damon discussed global water equity at COP26. Damon was joined by Gary White, and Rose Wamalwa to talk about water’s impact on the climate crisis.
With climate change ravaging the country, eco-friendly farming is no longer a pipe dream but a necessity to maintain the land. Cannabis brand Paradiso is implementing needed changes to cultivate the healthiest forms of the plant for the earth and consumers alike.
The DAPL is an oil route stretching from North Dakota to Illinois, notably coming within a mile of the reservation of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. The pipeline threatens their water resources, surrounding wildlife, in addition to religious and spiritual ties to the land.
With the advent of forums, and other community sharing sites, black, queer, and otherwise marginalized people have the opportunity to find a safe haven and treasure trove of mental health resources that they otherwise would not have had access to.
Authorization for the increase in CCC limit would likely be temporary and included in a supplemental appropriations bill, separate from the $1 trillion economic stimulus package that lawmakers are now negotiating, according to the sources.