Let’s not repeat 2016
by Nick B.
Green is in. Green is sexy. Continue reading “Green is good–but it can be better”
Clean power politics are complicated by the Supreme Court and the death of Antonin Scalia.
The bitter effects of climate–whether it be climate change or seasonal swings–are being made clear in East Africa. Drought has caused a famine of unknown scale. In Ethiopia, international aid agencies are trying to raise funds (but have come up short) to address the crisis. In South Sudan, it’s a bit more complicated–it’s simply not safe enough for these groups to operate, which brings up the enormous security problems in that country.
I just thought I’d draw attention to it.
What’s the big idea about a lion?
As is with seemingly every decision that comes out of Washington, this too is an example of making a compromise towards achieving a greater end. Continue reading “The Clean Power Plan: Keeping up with the Burnses”