Righting a Scientific Wrong: Eunice Foote’s Role in Discovering Principal Cause of Global Warming

By all rights, Eunice Newton Foote should be a household name. More than a century and a half ago, Foote was part of one of the most important scientific discoveries of our time: revealing the role of carbon… Read More

Earth Minute: David Buckel’s Self-Immolation In Face of Climate Change

Global Justice Ecology Project Executive Director Anne Petermann discussed the suicide of attorney and environmental activist David S. Buckel as part of this week’s Earth Minute, a regular segment on the Sojourner Truth Radio Show. Sojourner Truth airs every week… Read More

How To Protect Yourself From Climate Denial Misinformation

By Peter Ellerton Originally appeared in The Conversation   Much of the public discussion about climate science consists of a stream of assertions. The climate is changing or it isn’t; carbon dioxide causes global warming or it doesn’t; humans… Read More

Aviation Expansion: The Global Cost of the Carbon Jet Set

A new global network has been launched to combat and coordinate action against the frightening expansion plans of the aviation industry. The plans are driven by the super rich flying increasingly frequently to their tax havens – and… Read More

Koalas Struggle With Highly Toxic, Low Moisture Eucalyptus Brought on by Climate Change

Counterpunch reports that koalas are suffering due to climate change, which has caused changes in their primary source of food, eucalyptus leaves. From the Counterpunch article: Now a new threat has been identified leaving them on the brink.  The… Read More

25 Countries Reject Biofuel Plan for Air Travel

Anne Petermann, Global Justice Ecology Project executive director, spoke about how an increase in air traffic relates to climate change for her Earth Minute feature for the Nov. 1 edition of the Sojourner Truth Show. Petermann points out… Read More

Climate Change Projected to Take Huge Toll on Oregon-California Wildlands

The Klamath-Siskiyou along the Oregon-California border is one of the wildest regions remaining on the U.S. West Coast. World-class biodiversity, stunning wild rivers, and an incredible eight million acres of public lands are spread across the eleven million-acre… Read More

Increase in World Hunger Fueled by Conflict, Climate Change

Originally published at CommonDreams.org   Armed conflicts and climate change are key factors being blamed for a rise in worldwide hunger—the first in over a decade, according to a new United Nations report. Malnutrition and food insecurity affected 815 million… Read More

Listen: Paul Gunter on Hurricanes and Nuclear Dangers

This week’s Earth Watch guest on the Sojourner Truth Radio Show was Paul Gunter, nuclear reactor specialist for Beyond Nuclear and co-founder of the Clamshell Alliance anti-nuclear group. Host Margaret Prescod and Gunter discuss the dangers presented by nuclear… Read More

Why Marginalized Voices Matter in Climate Change Negotiations

Photo by Orin Langelle courtesy of PhotoLangelle.org   Originally published by GlobalWitness.org   As a student attending the COP21 conference in Paris in December 2015, I witnessed first-hand just how marginalized populations are disproportionately impacted yet rarely included… Read More