Category: Climate & Energy

An Ocean of Everything

The ribbon of blue that encompasses the Earth is no longer a glowing emblem of life, but a massive deposit of all that is sick, unwanted, and deadly – the expansion of offshore drilling attests to the delusion that this can continue.

After the Flood

A deeper look at the story of 2017's record-breaking Thomas Fire & the floods that followed.

Latin America’s Relationship with Oil

Latin America: a land plundered for centuries. An examination of oil extraction, colonialism, & the "discovery of the new world."

Seas Rise, & Communities Follow

An island sinks into polar seas, and communities across the world stand up. Will you?

Reframing Visions of National Security

When it comes to addressing today's violent threats, we're given a choice: clean energy and the environment, or national defense - but do we have to choose?

It Takes a Hurricane ~ Recognizing & Reacting to Environmental Injustice

A comprehensive study completed by the Puerto Rico Climate Change Council in 2013 foreshadowed today's crisis with daunting accuracy ~ so how & why did we end up where we are today? A discussion on the slow violence of climate change and environmental injustice, through the lens of Puerto Rico.

Bigger than Biotech ~ Our Global Food Crisis

“Agriculture is the world’s single largest driver of global environmental change… and at the same time, is most affected by these changes.” Genetically Modified Organism~ This dangerous combination of words evokes a multitude of explosive, contrasting reactions, usually evoking passionate discussion of the inescapable culinary doom of humanity, mentioning of corporate giants like Monsanto, intense confusion over what they are (evident in the video above), and various thoughts about corn.