Breaking

Backdrop of Devastating Storms Highlight COP 18’s Failure

Backdrop of Devastating Storms Highlight COP 18’s Failure

By | December 12, 2012 at 7:24 am | No comments

Photo by IHA Central Office via flickr Even though the COP 18 talks closed late on Friday, December 7, they proved to be a failure to the global community experiencing the impacts of climate change first hand. 2012’s Conference of Parties was hosted in Qatar, the nation...

Posted in: Climate

Amy Goodman and John Robbins Speak at the LA Green Festival

Amy Goodman and John Robbins Speak at the LA Green Festival

By | December 7, 2012 at 7:46 am | No comments

Amy Goodman from Democracy Now! Photo by antoine.mcgrath Two speakers at the Los Angeles Green Festival, held on Nov. 17 and 18, reminded showgoers that organizing is essential to the future of the environment. Amy Goodman, host of independent global news program...

Posted in: Politics

Derrick Jensen Co-Authors New Book with Stephanie McMillan

Derrick Jensen Co-Authors New Book with Stephanie McMillan

By | November 30, 2012 at 7:28 am | No comments

Photo of Derrick Jensen Once again, environmentalist author Derrick Jensen is partnering with radical cartoonist Stephanie McMillan to stun audiences, but this time it is with their new novel The Knitting Circle Rapist Annihilation Squad. Described as “darkly comic and...

Posted in: Politics

Do the Math: Bill McKibben’s Tour to Save the Planet

Do the Math: Bill McKibben’s Tour to Save the Planet

By | November 15, 2012 at 7:09 am | No comments

Photo by snre via flickr Bill McKibben spoke at San Francisco’s Green Festival on November 10 as part of his Do the Math Tour. Over the course of an hour, he laid out his twofold strategy to take on the most radical group on the planet – the fossil fuel...

Posted in: Climate

Obama’s Energy Policy in Review

Obama’s Energy Policy in Review

By | November 8, 2012 at 7:07 am | No comments

Photo by ProgressOhio via flickr Throughout the campaign, Obama touted his “all of the above” energy policy. He claimed that he supported coal and oil, even though the administration put strict air pollution regulations in place. Similarly, he supported the natural gas...

Posted in: Politics

Expanded Real-Time Debate with Third Party Candidates / Obama & Romney Ignore Climate Change

Expanded Real-Time Debate with Third Party Candidates / Obama & Romney Ignore Climate Change

By | October 4, 2012 at 11:07 am | No comments

Photo by binaryoptionsbinaires via flickr The first of three debates between presidential candidates demonstrated just how far climate change is from the minds of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. During the debate, neither candidate mentioned it or the impact it is having on...

Posted in: Politics

A New Oceans Discovery: 1 Million Species (and A Lot of Plastic)

A New Oceans Discovery: 1 Million Species (and A Lot of Plastic)

By | October 2, 2012 at 10:57 am | One comment

Photo via Wikimedia Commons Last week, the results from a 2.5-year underwater expedition were revealed. The French vessel, Tara, has surfaced over one million newfound aquatic species – certainly a great feat for science and discovery! However, it’s important to...

Posted in: Science

Raise Your Voice to Raise the Debate

Raise Your Voice to Raise the Debate

By | September 11, 2012 at 12:51 pm | No comments

Photo by niXerKG via flickr Some environmentalists are calling the 2012 presidential election the most important of our time. The choices are clear – all three of them. But the media only focuses on two. TreeHugger recently rated the three presidential candidates –...

Posted in: Politics

New Study Connects Climate Change to Extreme Weather Events

New Study Connects Climate Change to Extreme Weather Events

By | August 8, 2012 at 10:59 am | No comments

Photo by Abby.Houser via flickr Yes, there is a direct correlation between climate change and the extremely hot summer of the last several years! It is official. So why is it so difficult for some folks to see the forest through the trees? A recent journal article submitted...

Posted in: Climate

Artists Organize to Fight Fracking

Artists Organize to Fight Fracking

By | July 25, 2012 at 11:21 am | No comments

Photo by Stephanie Moore via flickr “Don’t frack my mother,” sings Sean Lennon. “Don’t frack me! Don’t frack me!” chants Yoko Ono. The mother and son duo recently appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to launch Artists Against Fracking with their spirited...

Posted in: Politics

© 2012 Ecolutionist. All rights reserved.