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As Sir David Attenborough has been warning us, “the world is in trouble.” The fate of our one precious planet hangs in the balance and we simply cannot afford lawmakers who do not recognize this peril and have plans to address it at the needed scale.
Four more years of a Trump presidency would spell out utter disaster for our climate and ecosystems at a time when scientists are telling us it’s most critical we take action to curb the climate crisis and protect nature.
If you’re an Our Daily Planet reader you probably do care about politics, but many people feel averse to the punditry and polls. So if you know or love any of those people, can we recommend sending this cartoon? The pleading doe eyes say it all: vote for the plant this Tuesday as it’s the only home we have.
As the Senate began debate on President Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus rescue package, likely leading to a final vote this weekend, Senate Republicans have attacked it as “big, wasteful, and bloated.” The version of the bill passed by the House of Representatives contains $30.5 billion in aid for public transit systems that desperately need the […]
It’s not just men in the fishing sector who are impacted by climate change, overfishing, and COVID-19 — women are too. Women like Alexia Jaurez of Sonora, Mexico, who is featured in this Environmental Defense Fund video, do the important work of monitoring the catch and the price, and most importantly determining how many more […]
Last Friday, the United States formally reentered the Paris Climate Agreement. This is undoubtedly good news but after four years of total climate inaction on the part of the Trump administration as well as other nations failing to meet their commitments, it’s more urgent than ever that the world comes together and gets it right. […]
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