A newly translated book connects language with our failure to act
Bullshit is everywhere.
Here’s what you can do about it
Rep. Steve Tharinger is a member of the House Appropriations Committee which will be considering SB 5022, Recycling and Styrofoam Ban.
Healthy Environment for All (HEAL) Act
Support Senate Bill 5141
Please call your Senator, Kevin Van De Wege at (360) 786-7646, and urge him to vote no on SB 5126, the Climate Commitment Act
— 350 Washington
A new kind of mobility
Global Just Recovery Gathering
It’s time to phase out fossil fuel development on public lands and waters in the United States.
“The Georgia GOP is begging Biden to act on battery plant, while Dems stay silent”
— The Huffington Post
“Battling for batteries: Two Korean companies court Washington”
SIGN NOW and tell Congress to enact for a Clean Energy Standard
— Hip Hop Caucus
Just like they did in 2016, Indigenous youth are running from Standing Rock to Line 3 all the way to Washington D.C. to deliver their petitions to President Biden.
Climate in Politics
We must build a stronger and more representative democracy.
— Climate Hawks Vote
Tell the Senate: Vote yes on the For the People Act
What does Alaska have to share with the world?
The earth is a matrix of connections.
Through the artist’s perspective, guests Lindsay Carron and Napiryuk Polly Andrews describe the special qualities of Alaska’s land and people that contribute to this global evolution.
Joe Biden wants zero emissions by 2050, but time is ticking. So how will the country have to change over the next 30 years?
— The Guardian
Nature Report abstract:
“A trade-off between plant and soil carbon storage under elevated CO2“
Researcher Sherri Mason speaks with Nutrition Action’s Caitlin Dow.
— Nutrition Action Healthletter | April 2021
The potential of soils to slow climate change by soaking up carbon may be less than previously thought.
— The Guardian
Loss of vital forest in the tropics increased by 12% between 2019-20, a satellite-based survey found.
— The Washington Post
Curated by Andrea Arroyo, Steve Brodner, and Peter Kuper, OppArt features artistic dispatches from the front lines of resistance—check back each day as a diverse set of artists take aim and draw.
— The Nation
Sam Pelts is interviewed this month, a founding organizer of
EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyss.
The project’s goal is to encourage individual artists as well as museums and galleries across the country and around to the world to schedule art installations, book readings, and public programming that speak to themes of extraction.