‘All We Can Save’ is a provocative book of illuminating essays that make the case that women are on the front lines of climate change – as those most at risk, and those most likely to solve it.
Articles by Diane MacEachern
As climate change poses a greater and greater threat to more people, it’s also motivating more people to vote – and sometimes for the very first time.
With just days to go until the 2020 election, and some campaign activities hampered by precautions to avoid getting or spreading the Covid-19, here are 10 of the best ways to make a difference right now.
Award-winning author Jonathan Alter makes a convincing case that Jimmy Carter deserves the honor for being the first world leader to recognize climate change, the first to call for an international pact to stop it, the first to establish fuel economy standards, as well as for launching groundbreaking initiatives to clean up toxic waste sites, create America’s largest national park, and champion laws to fight air and water pollution.
El papa Francisco quiere que “hagamos todo lo posible” para limitar el cambio climático, específicamente, para “limitar el crecimiento de la temperatura media global por debajo del umbral de 1,5 °C, tal como se ratificó en el Acuerdo de París sobre el Clima” …
In Pope Frances’ new message, he reinforced protecting the environment. The pope also addressed the unjust toll the pandemic has on the poor and vulnerable.
This year, Covid-19 has made people reconsider how to cast their vote safely. Here’s what you need to know to stay healthy, safe and vote in the 2020 election.
Here’s how Alliance for Climate Education (ACE) helps parents and teachers inspire and teach kids to become climate leaders.
Does the prospect of your child returning to a physical classroom during the coronavirus pandemic fill you with dread? Are you worried about toxic chemicals used to disinfect buses, classrooms, the lunchroom, and the playground? Here’s what parents need to know.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Clean Air Act, watch “Unbreathable: The Fight for Healthy Air” film here.
Racial justice is climate justice. As the Black Lives Matter protests have shown, racism is pervasive in the US. While not everyone can protest in person, families can still support the BLM movement in meaningful and concrete ways.
People are switching back to single-use plastic in an effort to distance from deadly COVID-19. Here are tips for staying healthy and using less plastic.