The Intersections of Our Stories Create the Narrative

This post was originally published on this site By Cole Taylor Storytelling is the heart of activism and community building. Part of my story is standing on the Fred Hartman Bridge and blocking the Houston Ship Channel for 18 hours on Sept. 12. Why did I feel compelled to do something like this? It really […]

Why Mauna Kea Needs Your Protection

This post was originally published on this site By Kaitlin Grable I was born on the island of O’ahu, 98 years after the U.S. supported an illegal coup in my hometown of Honolulu to overthrow Queen Liliuokalani and steal Hawaiian land. I was born in a Hawai’i that is radically and tragically different from the […]

Did Life on Earth Begin in the Deep Sea?

This post was originally published on this site By Willie Mackenzie When it comes to being otherworldly, alien and bizarre, the ocean has plenty to fuel the imagination and make your jaw drop: giant scuttling bugs, jelly-like blobfish, slimy mucus-drenched hagfish, hairy armed lobsters and almost anything else you could imagine. It’s no big surprise […]

The Crunch Question on Climate: How Can I Help?

This post was originally published on this site By Paula Tejón Carbajal Working in climate and environment, you hear this question a lot. On one hand, environmental groups — including Greenpeace — will tell you that every action you take can make a difference. Every action counts! On the other, editorials and experts will tell […]

Climate Change Is So Much More Than a ‘Single Issue’

This post was originally published on this site By Jeremiah Lowery The climate crisis is comprised of many issues, which require many solutions. Now is the time for presidential candidates to discuss all these issues facing U.S. citizens and our international community. None When I was growing up in the Washington, DC area, many members […]

Tackling Plastic Pollution With Trash Art … A Look at Our Waste Habits

This post was originally published on this site By Rachelle Adelante Amid the growing plastic pollution crisis, we see people rising up and taking a stand in a lot of different ways. Plastic pollution protests can range from marching in the streets to more unorthodox methods, such as protest art. Protest art is an important […]

Greenpeace Ships Set Sail to Tackle the Global Plastic Pollution Crisis

This post was originally published on this site By Graham Forbes Corporations have created a plastic monster. More than 90 percent of the plastics ever produced have not been recycled, yet corporations have plans to dramatically increase their production of plastic packaging. With plastic production set to quadruple by 2050, recycling can never be enough […]