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
Social workers know denial when they see it. One of the most common – and surely the most seductive – of psychological defense mechanisms, denial as it were cheats reality, permitting us to keep old behaviors and habits of mind intact, no matter how damaging they are in the long run. Sadly, denial is the … Continue reading Denying reality is not an option
Despite the urgency and legitimacy of climate change, the U.S. has taken a giant leap backward.
Anyone who believes in scientifically validated truth should follow whether the Trump administration meddles in the National Climate Assessment report.
Closed-door deals. Failed legislation. The Legislature lacks transparency and fails to take care of its business.