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Recent News

  • In one of the US’s hottest deserts, utilities push gas rather than solar
  • Global Tribunal Issues ‘Historic’ Ruling for Oceans and Small Island Nations
  • How data gaps could put US territories like Guam and Puerto Rico at greater risk for climate change

Biden’s Truce With Oil Industry Collapses Over Gas Export Permits

This move has intensified oil and gas industry support for Trump, with major fundraising events and significant donations.

Oil Companies or Climate Champions?

The Senate Budget Committee, led by climate champion, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), skillfully showed how a hearing on what oil companies do with their huge profits could expose the fossil fuel industry’s long-running and expensive disinformation campaigns about their impact on climate.

Where the Eagles Soared: Are We Losing Our Land and Our History?

I wrote this photo essay in 2019 about the growing danger of the disappearance of Black history, of environmental justice, and of the wonderful wildlife in the rivers and estuaries of historic Eastern Shore, Maryland, because of climate change, sea-level rise, and the need for more Americans to take action.

Big Banks Have Given Nearly $7 Trillion to Fossil Fuel Companies Since Paris Agreement, Report Says

Private interests in many countries have kept funding the operations of fossil fuel companies, which have continued to expand, reported The Guardian.

The Role for a Lifetime

For the last 25 years, actress and playwright Kaiulani Lee has traveled the world performing her play “A Sense of Wonder,” which tells the story of science writer Rachel Carson.

Super Spring in California?

“There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature – the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.” – Rachel Carson, Silent Spring