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Schools in the age of Covid-19
— Fareed Zacaria | GPS
When the coronavirus arrived, the country decided not to implement lockdowns or recommend masks. How has it fared?
— The New Yorker
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These videos are about our energy situation and a research report “Rethinking Energy 2020-2030: 100% Solar, Wind, and Batteries is Just the Beginning” that was published on October 27th, 2020 and is available for download free of charge from the RethinkX website.
#CleanDisruption and the Collapse of the Oil, Coal & ICEV Industries
Apr. 22, 2020
The Great Stranding: How Inaccurate Mainstream LCOE Estimates are Creating a Trillion-Dollar Bubble
Mar. 11, 2021
Stopping climate change is ultimate moon shot
— The Columbian
By Froma Harrop
Published: March 14, 2021
Jefferson County Commissioners encourage implementation of controversial proposal.
— Peninsula Daily News
The Department of Energy is aiming to cut the price of utility-scale solar by more than half by 2030.
— Inside Climate News
Help us raise $10,000 for wet’suwet’en Legal Defense.
Washington can’t wait!
— Washington Environmental Council
Tacoma Liquid Natural Gas facility was built without a permit.
Tell Secretary Yellen to support a just and green recovery — hours left!
— AVAAZ – The World in Action
USPS – Electrify the fleet! — MoveOn
Even as Derek Chauvin’s murder trail takes place in Minneapolis, just a few hundred miles north, Enbridge is paying armed police to surveil, intimidate and arrest nonviolent Indigenous water protectors.
Tell Ferrero to quit being the bad (Easter) egg!
— Rainforest Action Network
“While BlackRock makes pledges to ask portfolio companies to cut emissions in the future, our forests are being razed, our land is being stolen, and our people are being killed, today.”
Frontlines to D.C. #ShutdownDAPL & #StopLine3
Local and Regional Newsletters
Anthropogenic climate change has slowed global agricultural productivity growth
— Nature Climate Change
A daily newsletter by Grist
April 2 — Google Maps is nudging drivers to lower their carbon footprints
April 5 — Cities have nurtured a bicycling boom during the pandemic
April 6 — A group of airlines is pledging to go net-zero
April 7 — A federal court tossed a Trump rule that prohibited regulating major emitters
April 8 — Canadian river is now a legal person
Being fully present to what is happening in the world is a radical act that can transform grief into action.
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— Regeneration International
“A limpid synthesis of elegy and urgency. Unflinching about what looms for the world, Holly Buck outlines radical, transformative demands and agendas for a least-bad way forward, in the service of better ways thereafter.”
— China Miéville
Don’t disregard this paragraph below just because it looks weird. Believe it or not, you can read it.
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I wonder if we really need our spell checkers?
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“Aldo Leopold argued eloquently for the idea of human obligation to maintain the health of the land through what he called a conservation land ethic—the concept that land is to be loved and respected.”