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
Not so easy because of the EPA Endangerment finding on carbon dioxide under the Clean Air Act
Coming soon to a community near you
At least at the same time he is shooting himself in the foot
We need fewer cars
Why it will be best for everyone else now that he is leaving
An example of and model for an enforcement operation against polluting diesel trucks
Part 2 – More Bejesus Needed, But for Whom?
Looking for jobs and excitement, escaping war zones, and, soon, getting away from climate change impacts
Pressure is mounting for action, finally
Thanks to T-Rex and RasPUTIN
Three ways to counter a two-dimensional President n/k/a T-Rex
The farming lobby busted an artery in response. They could have saved their artery by eating less meat and more vegetables.
Where to place your bets
The land and homes became toxic, hundreds of children were inflicted with chloracne, pregnant women were put at risk
Who will protect the citizens of London and other urban areas against air pollution – not the UK government, with or without Brexit
The “environment” has gone missing from the 2016 Irish government’s Programme for Government. Where did it go?
And avoiding any inconvenience to the agri-food industry