A more accurate title for the book would have been “This Is Why I Think You Should Blow Up a Pipeline,” but it wouldn’t have sold nearly as many copies.
Tag: climate change
Disaster & Disability: Federal Lawsuit Spotlights Lesser Seen Climate Challenges
As many as one in four U.S. residents live with a disability, increasing their risk of injury or death from climate-driven disasters. Yet disaster planning efforts have largely failed to account for the needs of those with greater physical or cognitive challenges.
Garbage In, Garbage Out: Tracking Texas Lege (Anti-) Environmental Actions
Deceleration breaks down the (mostly) very bad, no good bills grinding through the Texas Legislature, noting some stuff we’re happy to see expire, and things that could actually be good if Governor Abbott signed them.
Climate Change’s Mental Health Toll Demands Deepening Community Connections
Unprecedented heatwaves and increasingly violent storms kill outright. But researchers are also discovering the many ways the global climate crisis is affecting our mental health—and finding ways to respond creatively.
‘Against Terricide’: Arturo Escobar Speaking in San Antonio on Decolonial Movements
Renowned Latin American scholar-activist, Arturo Escobar, brings a vision integrating human communities and the Earth in the face of climate crisis.
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?
Texas Ranks Among Most Climate Vulnerable Areas on Earth
New data highlighting extreme vulnerability of the global built environment ranks Florida, California, and Texas top among U.S. states to suffer from climate change.
Melnick at 10: Reflecting on Climate Progress, Frustrations at San Antonio’s Sustainability Office
In San Antonio climate emissions are trending down—though far from fast enough. Since CPS Energy’s pledge to transition away from coal power, however, the City’s chief sustainability officer sees glimmers of progress (and a new bike master plan) ahead.