Knowledge versus Ignorance: The Limited Scope of Human Competence
The evidence suggests that humans cannot successfully manage the current infrastructure of the industrial world much longer.
With Supreme Court’s EPA Ruling, Can We Ever Repair Trump’s Damage to the Environment?
Trump’s appointments reveal the frightening far-reaching power of a corrupt president.
A Spray by Any Other Name — Agent Orange or Clear-Cut Agent?
I have been engaged in so many local battles, either in them as a member of this or that group or committee, or as a writer, or as a faculty member with students from various colleges in tow.
Putin’s Ukrainian War and Ecocide
As a result of the Russian invasion, toxic-material emissions into water, soil, and the air from fires, destroyed buildings and damaged pipelines, sanitation systems, and industrial facilities like chemical and fuel storage sites have increased.
Let's Avoid an Energy Crisis by Abandoning Pollutive Fossil Fuels
When it comes to maintaining energy flows, there is a closing window to avert both climate catastrophe and economic peril.
Cape Cod Bay in the Crosshairs — Holtec’s Reactor Waste Water Threat
The volume of radioactive chemicals, metals, or isotopes will not be changed or reduced at all by diluting.
Is Organic Regenerative Farming Still Key for Our Sustainable Future?
We need to make sure that regenerative farming drives real and meaningful change, and that it isn't hijacked by those seeking to greenwash.