Oh, yeh, for us too: music concerts, internet, and online shopping with home delivery
Watch for the wolf in sheep’s clothing
How we talk about climate change is shifting
Yes it is, if you follow the church of the Irish Farmers’ Association
Linking climate change with economic inequality
The Friends of the Irish Environment eNGO raises the stakes in court
A Push Back on Carbon Pricing, or Something Else?
It’s “clean” energy but when it goes wrong, it goes very wrong
Great news for the Trump administration! WTF?
It’s a dangerous dilemma for the indigenous Sami of Sweden and their reindeer
That’s what proposals for carbon tax can sometimes feel like.
Sometimes, maybe most times, we can be depressed and depressing on environmental issues so it’s only fair to be cheery occasionally
Reagan tried the same thing in the 1980s and here’s an example of how he failed at the Times Beach, Missouri dioxin Superfund site
It’s real. It’s happening. It’s dangerous. BUT…
To do or not to do
Ishimure wrote movingly about the suffering and resilience of the people afflicted by mercury poisoning in Minamata, Japan, one of the most grievous environmental disasters. Her empathy, kindness and courage served as a source of and inspiration for the story about Minimata, as told below.
But the lawsuit has paid a rather large legal dividend: a ground-breaking finding by the High Court of a constitutional right to an environment that protects human dignity and well-being