Studies have shown that climate change consistently ranks at the bottom of political issues. That’s because environmentalists aren’t voting. The Environmental Voter Project wants to change that.
Climate scientists and policy makers frequently reference CO2 ppm and 2°C when they talk about climate change. What does it mean?! And now the IPCC report that we’ve been hearing about is upping the ante on what we need to do to curb carbon emissions. We put together this quick primer on emissions in case you need a refresher. Check it out!
This Earth Day felt somehow more emotional than past ones. We currently stand at the cultural epicenter of brazen political regression, yet also significant technological progress. As the Trump administration continues its assault on environmental protections, we’re also witnessing a remarkable transformation of the energy infrastructure and an increasing awareness of the environmental costs of human waste, such as plastic contaminating our oceans and the food we eat.
Recently, I've had a number of discussions with friends and strangers alike revolving not just around fears of what climate change might bring, but also appreciation for what our planet does for us. Why focus only on the negative impacts of climate change, when an increased awareness of what Earth does for us is a great motivator too?