Category Archives: Climate Change Impacts

Will Citizens of the World Act in Time to Save Ourselves and the Planet from Global Climate Emergency?

Because the world’s political leaders—for the most part—have abdicated their responsibility to reduce global carbon emissions, it is up to average citizens to demand actions.  As individuals, and as a collective political force, it is time for each of us … Continue reading

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What Do Poor Immigrants and Endangered Plants and Animals Have in Common?

The Trump admin wants to get rid of them because it considers both groups disposable, and economic burdens to the U.S. Their futures were put at increased risk by proposed Federal rules changes that would weaken protections and support. On … Continue reading

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Reading the Landscape

  Reading The Landscape by Steve Glass   The advancing urban glacier is shaping our terrain. Pausing in the prairie of Shoveler’s Sink, at this spot on the Green Bay Lobe, I hear the clamor of its westward surges, driven … Continue reading

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