California has suffered multiple wildfires this summer and in the past decade.
As any teenager who’s ever had to spend 30 minutes explaining to their parents how to reset a modem will tell you, younger generations often get stuck dealing with older people’s problems. Perhaps there’s no better example of this than the current state of Earth’s environment— namely, the fact that it’s gone to shit. Pollution, deforestation, lack of renewable energy sources, the hole in the ozone layer single handedly created by cans of hairspray in the 80’s, you name it. People really dropped the ball when it came to taking care of the planet.
People are all too familiar with Starbucks, the largest coffee chain in the world. Wherever you are, there is bound to be a Starbucks nearby. And we are all addicted to it; whether it’s our daily coffee, a quick lunch that isn’t fast food, a frappuccino on a hot day, or you just crave a cup of tea or hot chocolate, you will most likely end up at Starbucks at least once during the week.
Al Gore is almost unique among Tennessee politicians, and among Southerners in general. In his words, “I’m the only vegan cattle rancher you know.”
This past February I had the amazing opportunity to lay out of my morning class and the even more amazing opportunity to see the Secretary-General of the U.N. speak in person.
Surprisingly not clickbait conversations with Jane Goodall and other inspiring women leading the fight against climate change around the world.
“Sacred lands are at stake, but our lives are even more sacred than that!” Queen Quet Marquetta L. Goodwine talks about her advocacy work with the United Nations, the history of the Gullah/Geechee, and how we can help after Hurricane Florence.
One of our correspondents travels to San Francisco to report on the Global Climate Action Summit and what is being done to stop the rising seas from engulfing us all.
Blazing a trail towards a green future for the Earth
…but our government wants us to think otherwise (a poem) by Kelly Tyra Deaditor-in-Chief In…