After helping to win a ban on fracking for natural gas in New York state, activist and writer Sandra Steingraber wants to “de-normalize” our dependence on fossil fuels
Blog › Climate
Most Ohioans believe that global warming is happening, and they support programs to develop renewable energy sources and regulate carbon emissions. But they are less sure that global warming is caused by human activities or that it’s something to worry about in the near future.
Where is the best place to focus on climate change mitigation? Decorated futurist and author Herbert Girardet boils it down to this: We need to start living in sustainable cities where 60% of us will be in 2030.
Religious congregations are increasingly placing carbon pollution in a moral context. They are seeing how climate change exacerbates issues on which faith communities are already working — issues such as hunger, clean water, disaster relief, refugee services, and conflict resolution.
A round up of news and views on sustainability in Northeast Ohio for Tuesday, January 21, 2014.
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Find out where are the most interesting bike rides in Northeast Ohio
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Eco-friendly landscapes >
We look inside two local guides to native landscaping and their benefits.