What science and democracy have in common: us, hopefully

What science and democracy have in common: us, hopefully

This piece was originally featured in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and has been reprinted with permission.  by Adam Sobel Donald Trump has said, several times in the week up to and including September 29’s presidential debate, that he will not commit to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose the election in […]

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Biden-Harris Will Deliver a Powerful Blue Economy

Biden-Harris Will Deliver a Powerful Blue Economy

By David Helvarg & Jason Scorse Like millions of Americans, Delaware’s Vice President Joe Biden and his family love the coast. They spend their summers visiting their family beach house in a typical Delaware shore town with a boardwalk, small shops, bars, and restaurants. Its expansive beaches attract countless families, the adjacent state park is […]

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Climate Change and the Ocean Century

Climate Change and the Ocean Century

By Monica Medina, Co-Founder and Co-Publisher, Our Daily Planet This op/ed was published in World War Zero Magazine and appears here with its permission. The ocean is our lifeblood on Earth. It covers 71% of the planet, provides us oxygen, regulates our climate and increasingly severe weather events by determining the strength of storms, droughts […]

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The “Women’s Issue” Biden Should Talk About at Tuesday’s Debate

The “Women’s Issue” Biden Should Talk About at Tuesday’s Debate

 

 

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What I’ve Learned From Baking Bread

What I’ve Learned From Baking Bread

By Scott Nuzum For many of us, the last six months have had dramatic impacts on the way we think about time. Before Covid-19, many of us felt as though we never had enough time. But in the months since the pandemic struck many of us now face the opposite challenge—namely, how to fill those […]

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“The Best” is Yet to Come: Denial, Privatization, Inaction

“The Best” is Yet to Come: Denial, Privatization, Inaction

by Monica Medina and Miro Korenha, co-founders and publishers, Our Daily Planet   While it’s now become a part of meme infamy, Kimberly Guilfoyle’s 2020 Republican National Convention speech made the argument that in America, through a second term of the Trump presidency, “the best is yet to come.” As the GOP’s convention followed that […]

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