Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Trina Moyles

Trina Moyles is a freelance journalist, photographer, human rights activist, and community organizer. For over a decade, Trina has worked with grassroots organizations to support rural development initiatives in Latin America, the Caribbean, East Africa, and Canada. In 2012, she worked with The Urban Farmer to facilitate a permaculture internship program in central Cuba. In 2015, the Alberta Council for Global Cooperation recognized Moyles as a “Top 30 Under 30” for her outstanding commitments to supporting grassroots development in rural communities. To read more, visit: www.trinamoyles.com and www.womenwhodig.com


Garbage in, garbage CEO windfalls out

‘Waste management’ won’t help us confront climate change so long as corporate self-interest rules.

The crowning fiasco: even the king looked embarrassed

The discussion around the British monarchy, which is starting to ignite and will grow and deepen, needs to take in the wider issue of wealth and income inequality and the poisonous economic system that fuels it.

‘Enormous policy failure’: states throw hundreds of thousands—including many children—off Medicaid

"We knew this was coming," wrote one policy expert. "But we still treat these burdens like they're unavoidable natural disasters."

Supreme Court ruling against EPA ‘undoes a half-century of progress’ in protecting waters of...

"It puts our Nation’s wetlands – rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds connected to them – at risk of pollution and destruction, jeopardizing the sources of clean water that millions of American families, farmers, and businesses rely on."

How workers in the South are defying history

The company resisted them. History defied them. Geography worked against them.