Whether for an acute impact like COVID-19 or a long-term impact like climate change, policy decisions must be based on science
Since most of the wood pellets are derived from newly harvested trees, the immediate impact on Earth’s climate is worse than coal.
Have the laws of physics been reversed?
All other policy actions that could be taken now won’t matter if we fail to curb climate change.
It is no joke when the president suppresses science…in favor of alternative facts
In a full planet isolationism is not relevant.
As the ocean’s stocks of fishes have been depleted under existing policy, some dramatic new changes are needed.
We must look beyond the self-centered view that we are the only masters of our own survival.
The wall has costs—cultural costs for reductions in biodiversity that are the heritage of the desert Southwest.
If you push past the national headlines, you start to realize that Washington, D.C., is going into 2019 with all cylinders firing on environmental progress.