Decaying infrastructure puts everyone at risk

Two disaster stories have dominated headlines over the past couple of days – 1. Hurricane Florence barreling in to the Carolinas, killing at least eight, flooding communities, and leaving at least a million people without power; and 2. Thousands of Boston area residents fleeing for their lives as a series of gas explosions set scores … Continue reading Decaying infrastructure puts everyone at risk

Do Trump and Fellow Fossil Fuel Fanatics Have a Death Wish?

Everyone enjoying a healthy relationship with reality knows at least three things about climate change - (1) it's real, (2) it's happening far more rapidly than anyone had anticipated, with devastating consequences, and (3) our only hope of staving off ever-worsening impacts (including, quite possibly, our own species' extinction) is to radically reduce the emission … Continue reading Do Trump and Fellow Fossil Fuel Fanatics Have a Death Wish?

47 Social Work Jobs in Mississippi – Aug. 15

We continue to see an abundance and variety of social work jobs in Mississippi, highlighted this week by numerous opportunities in the mental/behavioral health field, as well as several jobs with state agencies. Check them out! Children & Families Title: Case Manager Company: United Methodist Children's Home Location: Jackson Details/Apply Title: Case Manager-In-Circle Program Company: Canopy Children's Solutions Location: Hattiesburg Details/Apply … Continue reading 47 Social Work Jobs in Mississippi – Aug. 15

Soaring temperatures are killing people around the world right now

Heat records are being set all over the world this July, and people in large numbers - mainly the young, the elderly, and the poor - are dying because of it. Yes, climate change kills.  The link between heat-trapping gases and global warming is proven far past reasonable doubt, and it is absolutely unconscionable that … Continue reading Soaring temperatures are killing people around the world right now

“Russia, Russia, Russia,” but hardly a big media mention of building climate catastrophe

Virtually buried under the avalanche of stories on the post-Trump-Putin summit fallout is this gem by journalist Somini Sengupta in today's New York Times - Summers are becoming so hot in South Asia that people are already dying in big numbers, and soon cities may be too hot to remain livable for hundreds of millions … Continue reading “Russia, Russia, Russia,” but hardly a big media mention of building climate catastrophe