This week, we sat down with Jason Bordoff, who served on the National Security Council staff in the Obama Administration and then founded the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University.Continue Reading 156 words
Now that many areas of the country are re-opening and facemasks are being required or strongly encouraged, numerous media outlets have reported on masks that make a fashion or political statement. First, we hope that as people increasingly see others wearing them, that they too will wear masks — that is one way we can keep each other safe. Masks are uncomfortable, but they should be like wearing shoes and shirts in public places – what is expected to be polite and sanitary. To make it fun, here are some planet-friendly suggestions. There are cute animal masks for kids from Cubcoats. Or similar ones for adults from the Cincinnati Zoo. There are also masks of the tube variety with celestial motifs. Greenpeace has a great how-to on turning an ordinary mask into a real political statement. But when it comes to that, we prefer one with this simple, but obvious message, “VOTE,” as seen here on someone who should know.
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