POTUS 45 versus the Earth and Environment

At this writing, the implications of the current administration for the earth and the environment are all horrifying. The greatest dangers to the health of our country and our planet besides POTUS 45 are three of his chosen… Read More

Glacier National Park as Climate “Canary”

A recent tour of Glacier National Park alerted me to its importance as a predictor of the frightening changes that await us globally if we do not drastically reduce pouring carbon emissions into the atmosphere. The cliche “canary… Read More

Support the EPA and Administration’s Clean Water Rule

The Obama administration has been working with the EPA to help close a gap in the existing Clean Water Act, whereby they are anticipated to announce a regulation in the coming days that would protect additional water resources…. Read More

Earth Day 2015: A Time for Celebration, Rededication, and Cool Calculation

Forty-five years ago, Senator Gaylord Nelson (D-WI) established a special national day to celebrate the glory of the Earth and to raise awareness of the need to protect the fragile natural ecosystems upon which all life depends. Back… Read More

Earth Day Is April 22 Water, Water, Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to Drink

This famous line from Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” is becoming ever more true for our planet with each succeeding Earth Day. Sea levels are rising as polar ice and glaciers melt at an… Read More

WNDC Marches on Climate Change—A PPC Report

A Stunning Day in September: The Perspective of a Climate Activist Being at the People’s Climate March was awe inspiring. Waves of indigenous people, labor activists, faith organizations, college students, and environmental groups streamed through the streets of… Read More