Tagged: climate change
In a seven-hour long candidate-by-candidate marathon on CNN, the Democratic candidates for President shared their policy proposals.
Which is exactly why, regardless of cause, adults should be slow if not completely adverse to putting children out in front of their political causes.
The Democratic National Committee declined the calls by some to have a debate solely about climate change.
One day, America will learn to not start social media outrages over short clips of video. Today is not that day, as Senator Diane Feinstein and her team found out.
How to deal with climate change, without saying “climate change.”
Within days of the Paris Agreement being signed, a climate change denier was elected. What now?
The world faces unprecedented ecological challenges, and humanity remains largely lethargic to respond. It’s time to adopt a new sense of ethics that acknowledge our collective effect on our pale blue dot, and which account for the quality of the land our progeny will inherit.
Gawker’s Adam Weinstein and the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Lawrence Torcello have each come out for the criminalization of climate-change denial. I’m curious to know what readers here think of this.
~by Robert Greer Before I attempt to argue these apparently-contradictory things, let me point to an astonishing fact few people seem to be aware of: In June 2012, there was less than half as...