In April, you can take part in Vanguard's Big Climate Problem Walk from April 18-22, ending on Earth Day! Vanguard Investment Group, headquartered in Malvern, is one of the largest asset managers in the world, and also one of the biggest investors in fossil fuels. Join Earth Quaker Action Team (EQAT) and members of ally … Continue reading Join These Upcoming Climate Actions
There are lots of ways to plug in to campaigns to unplug fossil fuels; efforts to Keep It In The Ground; to halt Fossil Fuel Transport; to say No to any new Fossil Fuel Infrastructure; to Electrify Everything; and to Power It All with Renewable Electricity, While Building Racial and Economic Justice. But, you ask, … Continue reading How to unplug from fossil fuels?
Our state has been blessed, some say. Possibly cursed, say some others. I’m talking about the abundant gas reserves in the Marcellus Shale. Cursed because of issues during Extraction, Transportation & Consumption. Extraction is also known as hydraulic fracturing or fracking. When chemicals are forced into the ground, they contaminate the water table, affecting the well water of rural townships. As the gas … Continue reading Marcellus Shale – A Blessing or a Curse?
Yesterday, there was yet another rally in Philadelphia: Counter the Executive Orders - Not My President's Day Rally, hosted by Michael Huff , Leslie Medley, Daniel L. Curcio, Jacelyn Blank, Vanette Jordan-Lumogo, Megan Elizabeth. #notmypresident In just over a week, President Donald Trump has issued harmful executive orders including: restructuring the National Security Council, imposing a … Continue reading On Climate: at Not My President’s Day rally
Have you read Naomi Klein's "This Changes Everything" or seen her recent article on why #blacklivesmatter? To change everything, this movement is gonna take everybody. (Don't take my word for it, more than 400,000 people agree) But what are we actually talking about? Once we get past the boring math-based logic about carbon budgets and … Continue reading If the Climate Crisis is a Lemon, a Just Transition is the Lemonade
Earlier this month, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo paved the way for sustainability and modern social justice with an unprecedented ban on hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking. “I’ve never had anyone say to me, ‘I believe fracking is great,’ ” he said. “Not a single person in those communities. What I get is, ‘I … Continue reading NY Banned Fracking: Why PA Should Celebrate