Environmental justice, year of the monkey
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February 5, 2016
Want strange new worlds? We’re living on one, as climate change remakes the planet we know and love. It’s also remaking science fiction, as modern-day writers embrace the new genre of “cli-fi.” Can these hot new page-turners help wake us up to a very real threat?
THE DEANS LIST
Three Things Officials Need to Do Now to Help the Residents of Flint.
WHAT IT TAKES
Existing Carbon-Cutting Rules Won’t Get Us to Our Climate Goal. So Where Else Can We Trim?
YEAR OF THE MONKEY
Don’t Get a Pet Squirrel Monkey. They’re More Crude Than Cute—and They Belong in the Jungle.
How Did Environmental Disasters Become So Unevenly Distributed?
This Animated Map Shows the Migrations of 118 Bird Species—Thanks to Citizen Science.
Save Our Arctic and Atlantic Waters Now
– Rhea Suh –
Staff Attorney, Environmental Justice Program
Thirsty for Justice in Flint
Giulia C.S. Good Stefani
Attorney, Marine Mammal and Southern California Ecosystems Projects
Why Orcas Love Idaho
New York Times
Few Answers on When Flint Will Have Clean Water Again
PRI’s The World
Why Are Kids Going Hungry in One of California’s Most Productive Farming Regions?
President Obama Tells Oil and Gas Companies to Get a Grip on Methane Emissions
Demand justice in Flint. Urge Governor Snyder to clean up the city’s toxic water.
We defend. We protect.
Photo Credits: Mr. Johnson - The Ruiner/Flickr; Flint Water Study; Anita Stone; Grist; Dave Inman
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