Renowned Latin American scholar-activist, Arturo Escobar, brings a vision integrating human communities and the Earth in the face of climate crisis.
Moby: Veganism, Skepticism, and Punk Rock
The musician’s new documentary, ‘Punk Rock Vegan Movie,’ shines a light on a hidden history of the animal-rights movement.
People’s Earth Week: Just Add Wheatpaste
What better way to reclaim the radical roots of Earth Day than by simultaneously making the world a more beautiful place?
Is San Antonio Not Big Enough for a Rookery?
With a growing list of false and stretched statements justifying its war on migratory birds, it’s time for the City of San Antonio to stop with the poop scares and make room for a bit of wildness in our parks.
How to Stop Climate Disinformation
Disinfo on Twitter and and ‘nature-rinsing’ ad campaigns on Facebook are the norm. Transparency and accountability at Big Tech—and an end to the monetization of disinformation—is what’s required.
Where Abandoned Chicago Bicycles Go May Surprise You
Thousands of bikes every year are recirculating through a free economy that puts them under folks who need them most, oftentimes in Central America and Africa.
San Antonio’s Coal-to-Gas Conversion Could Bring Few—If Any—Climate Benefits
Even in the best of worlds the climate argument for gas is strained. But CPS Energy’s shift from coal to gas will be dogged by high leak rates, Republicans, and regulators.
Cheat Sheet: CPS Energy’s Jan 23 Vote to Close the Coal Plant
The recommendation is to convert the younger Spruce 2 unit in 2027 to run on gas instead of coal and to close the older Spruce 1 unit in 2028.