Today, June 30, The Supreme Court, voting 6 to 3 along ideological lines, curbed the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to broadly regulate carbon emissions from power plants.
In this video, Ohio State Representatives Juanita Brent and Casey Weinstein testify before the Ohio House Public Utilities Committee on the Energy Jobs And Justice Act (HB429).
Much to the delight of Republicans, the Democrats’ Build Back Better agenda appears to be floundering. The $1.7 trillion bill was to include $555 billion to combat climate change. This framework would set the United States on course to meet its climate targets, achieving a 50-52% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions below 2005 levels by 2030. […]
In this definitive and essential discussion, podcaster Rich Roll interviews environmental legend Paul Hawken on the realistic and impactful ways to address the climate crisis.
This week is Climate Week 2021 where world leaders are gathering in New York for the UN General Assembly. To help draw attention to the issue, all the big late night talk show hosts, including Seth Meyers, Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, Trevor Noah, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and James Cordon, have been focusing on the climate crisis. […]
Picture a bathtub filled with water so much that it’s beginning to overflow. The problem is that water is still being added to the tub, even though it’s already full. If we reduce the inflow, it will slow the amount that’s spilling onto the floor, but it won’t stop it. The only solution is to […]
‘Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What it Doesn’t and Why it Matters,’ is the title of a new book by physicist Steven Koonin, a former under-secretary for science in the Obama Administration. Therein, Koonin argues that the impact of human influence on the climate is too small and uncertain to merit any costly action […]
Our first plog of 2021 was planned for a full week surrounding Earth Day (April 22). We planned a kickoff plog for Sunday April 18 from 12:00-2:00pm. We were pleased to again have Vertical Runner support us and act as a “home base” for the kickoff event, and as a pickup location for registrant materials. […]
With the support of some local merchants, GoGreenGo.org and Renewable Hudson are inviting residents to participate in a week-long litter clean-up event, starting Sunday, April 18 and running through Saturday, April 24. Hudson Plog Week will begin with a kickoff plog set for Sunday, April 18 from 12:00pm to 2:00pm, starting at Vertical Runner. “Litter […]