Wednesday, August 21, 2019

LATEST NEWS & ACTIVISM

Trump administration’s attacks on science already surpass two Bush terms

Trump may have lauded the Apollo 11 mission, but his administration has launched more than 100 attacks on science.

Intelligence thieves: How toxic pollutants are robbing communities of color

In her new book, author and ethicist Harriet Washington unearths one of the most overlooked aspects of environmental racism.

Iceland holds its first funeral for a glacier

"The symbolic death of a glacier is a warning to us, and we need action."

Huge wildfires in the Arctic and far North send a planetary warning

Arctic regions are still burning and that fire is more than just a local problem for all of us.

Routing the two-tier system: Part II – raising the lower tier

If the bottom tier can have security and happiness, and if our society eliminates corruption, that will make our society a good one worth having.

Exploiting Russiagate coma, Democrats raped climate movement

Never expect a climate warrior to fare well in a Russiagate party obviously at war with talking about climate.

Fossil fuel drilling could be contributing to climate change by heating Earth from within

Underground reserves of oil have existed for far longer than humans have exploited them – we know worryingly little about the consequences of emptying them.
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Activist Scott Warren, facing federal charges for aiding migrants, says he won’t be deterred

Warren, a longtime volunteer with the humanitarian aid group No More Deaths, was charged with three felony counts for his alleged crime of providing food, water and shelter to migrants in Ajo, Arizona.

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