Rather than argue over how differently some of us are supporting people based on where they come from, we should argue over the strategies needed to move from “Ukrainian refugees welcome” to “all refugees welcome” and “freedom of movement.”
It turns out that doomsday-ism isn’t a winning strategy. These lessons from four climate influencers point to a better way.
Now is the time to build bridges of solidarity between pro-democracy activists fighting for democratic rights and freedoms.
Bird populations are crashing. City lights are a major culprit. But ‘Bird City Certified’ San Antonio isn’t dimming its downtown—it’s turning on the River Walk’s holiday lights two weeks early.
Doing ‘what needs to be done’ to close Merrimack Station, the No Coal No Gas campaign is employing direct action (and facing mass arrests) blockading trains and tearing up roadway. Arnie Alpert | Waging Nonviolence There’s one form of power that’s generated when hot water turns turbines to create electricity. […]
With many research projects sidelined by COVID-19, community members in Texas and beyond can help keep a range of important research on track, from taking local water samples to simply counting the birds. Theresa Crimmins, Erin Posthumus, & Kathleen Prudic The rapid spread of COVID-19 in 2020 disrupted field research […]
Love, politics, and rare earth mineral mining converge in this South Texas novel. Ten years in the making, San Anto’s first rare-earth cli-fi love story (we’d wager) has just been published by the superchingón FlowerSong Press and is ready for heavy reading. Rooted in the landscapes and issues Deceleration aspires […]
Louise Chawla As an environmental psychologist who works to improve children’s access to nature, I recently completed a review that brings two bodies of research together: one on connecting children and adolescents with nature, and the second on supporting healthy coping when they realize they are part of a planet […]