An insightful, passionate and entertaining examination of how voters make political decisions, and of what any party or politician needs to do to win their allegiance.
Historically, when Americans hear “climate change,” we imagine a polar bear struggling on ever-shrinking ice. But our perceptions are beginning to shift.
Incoming reports focused on climate change and health all present the same key messages: climate change is here, it is bad for your health, immediate actions can reduce future risks, and climate action has immediate and substantial health benefits.
In short, climate action is good for health, and it’s time.
My parents are missing. I am embarrassed to say that I was so consumed by being a new mommy that I didn’t notice at first that they had disappeared.
Don’t worry. My daughter has wonderful grandparents. But they are just not my parents. I call them the “replacements.”
Poet Richard Benner (author of our recently featured poem “Godscape of Clouds”) offers his thoughtful insight into this uncertain time as we emerge from the pandemic.
Must Congress authorize every policy by an agency, or can agencies act with authority? This case is not just about the breadth of one agency’s authority; the outcome of the case will determine the physical and economic health of the United States for years to come.
Why are sea otters missing from the Oregon Coast? Learn about the history of otters in Oregon, how we got to this point, and about the Elakha Alliance’s restoration efforts to reestablish the ecological and cultural balance for future generations.