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On his first full day in office President Biden recommitted the United States to the Paris Climate Agreement, promptly halted the Keystone Pipeline, and ordered a review and reinstatement of over one hundred environmental regulations the prior administration weakened or set aside. Within his first week, Biden kicked… Read more »
One of the many ways climate change takes form is through environmental injustice, infiltrating communities globally, affecting the quality of our air, water, and right to occupy land. These injustices disproportionately affect communities of color, a phenomenon that has been particularly illuminated in the past year due to the detrimental effects of COVID-19.
Black people… Read more »
That’s a wrap on 2020, and what a year it’s been! For many of us, the New Year is a symbol of rebirth, giving us a chance to start over, develop new habits, and become better versions of ourselves. New Year’s Resolutions, however, can be daunting, and most people give up their resolutions before the… Read more »
When we hear about plastic pollution, many of us might picture wildlife suffocating on our single-use plastic straws and the six-pack rings we “dispose” of. For others, they might picture the single-use water bottles that collect on our neighborhood sidewalks. These images depict the immense destruction and pollution of our environment. It is important to… Read more »
This list offers a set of practices to get you (re)thinking about sustainability in the time of COVID-19. During these times of radical uncertainty, it is fine to reassess some of your previous green practices for your own health and the health of your loved ones and your community.
It’s important to acknowledge that living… Read more »