Wildfires in California are increasing in frequency and intensity, and have begun to threaten air quality across the country.
In a world where no one can seem to agree on any meaningful solutions to climate change, we need to find all the common ground we can. “Promise &
After generous amounts of turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and pie where do all those leftovers end up? And where do all those ingredients come from in the first place?
By Lauren Chappell Dr. Eric Strauss, President’s Professor of Biology and Director of the Center for Urban Resilience at LMU, speaks about what the expectations and outcomes of COP26
The second week of COP26 focused on drafting a global climate accord by the end of the summit, as criticisms continued to swirl around pledges that were made.
The first week of COP26 was packed with action. From new agreements to failings of old ones the first week of COP26 leaves us with a lot to discuss.
As seen in the Love Canal and Valley of the Drums sites, these contaminated sites have a history of allegedly making people ill or causing birth defects due to residents’ proximity to unmanaged toxic waste. Hence Ross’ concern over his family and neighbors’ health in Baltimore.
By Cristobal Spielmann Living in the social media age means getting bombarded with misinformation on a daily basis, whether that information comes in the form of videos, memes or
SAUSALITO, CA — In an effort to address policy issues of importance to coastal California, congressman Jared Huffman (D-CA) and congressman Ted Lieu (D-CA) announced the launch of the Congressional California Coastal Caucus on August 20, 2021. The announcement took place at The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California, and was followed by a panel discussion with both congressmen, Dr. Jeff Boehm, Chief Executive Officer of The Marine Mammal Center, and Dr. Cara Field, Medical Director of The Marine Mammal Center and moderated by Carol Costello. One important focus of the caucus is climate change.
arden owned by Ron Finley. Finley, also known as the “Gangster Gardener”, founded The Ron Finley Project to “transform food deserts into food sanctuaries.”
As California experiences the wildfires, drought and extreme heat, it’s possible that gubernatorial candidates could touch on the problems of climate change in the recall campaign.
Before she was a beloved professor at Kent State University, Noël Palomo-Lovinski was a sustainable fashion designer in New York City. Ahead of her time, she got into sustainability as a new mom searching for more organic foods and products for her family. Over time it became a lifestyle.