PBS News Hour
Childhood trauma impacts millions of Americans, and it’s having devastating consequences
Dr. Jack Shonkoff, who founded Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child, spoke with PBS NewsHour’s William Brangham and took viewer questions on the subject.
Residents and staff in most long term-care facilities are slated to start receiving their vaccinations this week
Prisons, jails are COVID-19 hotspots. Is vaccinating inmates a priority?
Costa Rican hybrid sailboat aims to reduce shipping industry’s carbon footprint
Breaking the Silence: Sharing Climate Emergency Feelings
Tuesday, December 29th at 12pm PT
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New calls for climate leadership in Washington State, and
Oregon communities and the state health authority get real on climate
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What Do You Get When You Beat Chevron in Court? 500 Days of Home Detention
On Friday, Steven Donziger passed 500 days of home detention for refusing to turn over his computer, phone, and passwords to be given to Chevron.
Inslee unveils new plan to tackle climate change ‘head on’ in WA
The first interactive streaming platform dedicated to the future of our planet
Biden Taps Climate Team
Focused on Environmental Racism & Science
Former Environmental Protection Agency official Mustafa Ali comments
— DemocracyNow! coverage
Emmanuel Macron has promised to hold a referendum on incorporating climate change into the country’s constitution
A new study finds that 90 percent of starfish have died since 2013 — 5.7B on the West Coast
— CBC Canada
The Big Thaw: How Russia Could Dominate a Warming World
Climate change is propelling enormous human migrations as it transforms global agriculture and remakes the world order — and no country stands to gain more than Russia.
John Kerry, President-elect Joe Biden’s choice for special presidential envoy for climate, a new position on the National Security Council reporting directly to the president.
The Fed’s membership in the Network of Central Banks and Supervisors for Greening the Financial System (NGFS) comes after a yearlong collaboration, the Fed said.
In Landmark Ruling, Air Pollution Recorded as a Cause of Death for British Girl
Legal and environmental experts hailed a coroner’s ruling that, for the first time in Britain, directly linked a specific person’s death to air pollution.
— The New York Times
The entire population of Fiji was ordered to take shelter on Thursday in preparation for Cyclone Yasa
Yasa’s 150 mile-per-hour winds caused flooding and brought widespread devastation to the island.
Former White House insiders weigh in.
These ladies love natural gas!
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This new tool enables you to quickly and easily find 26 (and counting) financial institutions that have pledged never to finance, insure, underwrite or invest in the fossil fuel industry.
Climate in Politics
Bernie Sanders: COVID Relief Package Is “Totally Inadequate”
An interview with two editors of a new Canadian anthology on climate change, Watch Your Head — Writers and Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis.
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