Jul 18, 2017
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Let's translate the energy of the People's Climate March and the Trump resistance into political impact in NYC: join a mass people's interview of NYC Mayor de Blasio, Public Advocate James and Comptroller Stringer. Come learn about the issues, and then hear our city's leaders' views, question them...
Our grandchildren and great-grandchildren will not only suffer but be aghast at what we allow to happen in the name of an addiction to petroleum and climate changing materials. what kind of economics will we continue to allow to misuse our globe. --kas That is the Aral Sea above--part of the...
Poor people will suffer the most, unless the world exploits vanishing opportunities to adapt
Kumi Naidoo, a former executive director of Greenpeace, continues to lobby business leaders to bring about drastic changes that will address climate change and economic inequality.
Inaction on climate change. Unfair taxation and income inequality. Government shutdowns. Immigrant detention. What do all these issues have in common? A comm...
There is an opportunity in May to help people hit hardest by climate change; governments must take it
In the summer of 2010-2011 Western Australia experienced an unprecedented marine heat wave that elevated water temperatures 2-4°C above average for more than 2 months. The heat wave resulted in defoliation of the dominant Amphibolis antarctica seagrass species across the iconic Shark Bay World...
The New York Times has proposed a tax on the beef industry to compensate for the alleged damage Big Beef has caused to the environment.
The Devils’ Dance. By Hamid Ismailov. Translated by Donald Rayfield. Tilted Axis Press; 200 pages; £9.99. FROM Siberian banishment to the Soviet gulag, the cruelty of punishments under Russia’s tyrants has yielded a commensurately rich literature.
EVERY generation of artists has brought its own sensibilities and experiences to the depiction of canonical Christian stories. Giotto, an Italian painter, set Bible scenes in medieval Tuscany. Rembrandt gave his a hint of mercantile 17th-century Amsterdam.
EVERY year America spends about $5,000 more per person on health care than other rich countries do. Yet its people are not any healthier. Where does all the money go? One explanation is waste, with patients wolfing down too many pills and administrators churning out red tape.
Girls' Generation Yuri will be performing at the "Ultra Music Festival 2018" in Miami with DJ Raiden.
Tresemme Shampoo and Conditioner are on sale at CVS through 3/24! Plus we will get ECBs back when we spend $15 and we have coupons too! Here is the deal:
The late Barry Crimmins was a unique talent. Robin Ince hijacks his radio column to remember a comedian who fought for justice and fairness no matter the cost