Eco-Nomics
Women’s Climate and Energy Leadership: A Conversation with Dr. Leah Stokes
Article

Dr. Leah Stokes is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and an affiliated faculty member at the Bren School for Environmental Science and...

Ecological Design
Living With Fire: Dr. Crystal Kolden on Fire Resilience, Biomimicry and TEK
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Wildfires in California and across the Western US are razing through homes, cities, and ecosystems at record-breaking rates for yet another summer ...

Environmental Education
Why Outdoor Education May Be the Key to Reopening Schools Safely
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I was camping with my family in the mountains in Colorado’s Front Range when we crossed a COVID-19 milestone: 100 days since the schools closed...

Media
How Sierra Magazine, At 126 Years Old, Is Keeping ‘Environmental’ Journalism Fresh
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Media coverage of the climate crisis has gone mainstream. While today many national and traditional news outlets are covering not only wide-ranging...

Eco-Nomics
Demond Drummer: What the Green New Deal Could Mean for Our Economy
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Demond Drummer is the co-founder and Executive Director of New Consensus, one of the key intellectual and policy forces behind the Green New Deal....

Eco-Nomics
Reduce, Reuse, Rethink Plastic: Transforming Markets to Cut Pollution
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More than half of all plastic in existence was produced in the last 15 years, and this accumulation is only getting worse as plastic pollution...

Environmental Education
Interview with Ten Strands’ Karen Cowe and Will Parish
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Ten Strands is a San Francisco-based nonprofit dedicated to bringing environmental literacy to all of California’s 6.2 million K–12 students....

Eco-Nomics
How a Green New Deal in Maine Could Transform Progressive Organizing: An Interview With Chloe Maxmin
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Chloe Maxmin represents District 88 in the Maine House of Representatives. She’s the youngest woman in the Maine House of Representatives and won...

Justice
A Green New Deal: A Conversation with Vien Truong On How We Got Here and Where We’re Heading
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In recent months, the Green New Deal proposal has been front-and-center in conversations surrounding climate change. Based on several decades’...

Justice
The Equal Rights Amendment Still Hasn’t Passed: Jessica Neuwirth On Why That’s a Big Deal
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Jessica Neuwirth has spent her career fighting for human rights. She’s worked for Amnesty International and the United Nations Office of Legal...

Justice
Tom Hayden – A Global Green New Deal: History, Context and Future
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In 2014, the legendary activist, progressive movement strategist and long time California State Senator Tom Hayden (1939-2016), gave a poignant,...

Restoring Ecosystems
A Conversation about Climate Activism with May Boeve, Executive Director of 350.org
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In 2007 May Boeve was a student at Middlebury College when she and several peers teamed up with one of their professors, a journalist named Bill...

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