Joe Biden’s disavowal of the Green New Deal shows it’s a bridge too far even for those seeking to use federal coercion to “decarbonize” the American economy.
The Catholic case for Joe Biden
In focusing on targets, activists from rich countries risk putting metrics above the lives of vulnerable people, says Aruna Chandrasekhar, an independent journalist from India
Lunch at the Oldenborg Center, interfaith community service events, prayer services at the McAlister Center and movie nights were only a few of the events that the Chaplains of the Claremont Colle
The new Green Party, launched last month, still faces a political landscape hostile to environmental action.
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The environmental movement has largely failed to connect with people of color and marginalized urban communities. By confronting issues from contaminated water to climate change, hip hop music can help bridge that divide and bring home the realities of environmental injustice.
Not Black or Jewish, a human being Congratulations to Annamie Paul for her leadership win of the Federal Green Party. I am certain she will lead with distinction. I must object to her being . . .
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The theoretical physicist on distinguishing between fact and opinion, why he’d travel forward in time instead of back, and the value of religion
Exploring the history of the New York City Human Rights Law, including what differentiates it from other anti-discrimination statutes. The article also provides practical recommendations for employers grappling with the law’s multifaceted requirements.
In the heart of Thanksgiving/Christmas season, we are often confronted and reminded of a curiosity of human existence that has far wider repercussions than we realize. During big get-togethers (within health guidelines of course, speaking more historically here), many of us have been faced with the
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has noted that the coronavirus pandemic is more than a health crisis. It is a human crisis which is attacking societies at their core.
Science and religion are often thought of as being at odds on many issues. On the question of the environment, however, there’s widespread agreement.
You might think that being religious would make you more likely to care about the natural world. But the truth is not so simple