Ocean Spray

I mentioned in my earlier contribution that the discharge of pollution from, especially cruise ships, is a significant issue in my home state of Tasmania, especially in the home port of Hobart. What we’re dealing with here is rising emissions and direct pollution going into our ocean and our communities. While shipping absolutely plays a […]

Clare Saunders: Environmental politics

I am Claire Saunders Associate Professor in Environmental Politics in the Environment and Sustainability Institute. Teaching wise I teach the politics of protest. I get students to analyse a data set that we collected by going out and handing surveys to protesters and collecting them back. So students learn about how to do research methods. […]

Our Land: Backyard Wildlife Sanctuaries

>>TOM UDALL’S LAST DAY IN THE SENATE WILL BE JANUARY 2nd, 2021. AS HE AND LAURA DISCUSSED, CLIMATE CHANGE DRAMATICALLY EFFECTS THE EARTH’S SYSTEMS AND HUMAN COMMUNITIES WORLDWIDE. THE UNITED NATIONS WARNS THAT ONE MILLION SPECIES WORLDWIDE ARE AT RISK OF EXTINCTION DUE TO HABITAT LOSS AND POLLUTION. FRANKLY, THE PROBLEM CAN SEEM OVERWHELMING, BUT […]

Storytime: Bishes in the Forest

– Once upon a time, sometime, last September, I spent two weeks with the Ford Foundation, learning about indigenous people, land rights, and climate change. Wow, that sounds so intellectual and important. So this right here, this little black girl, along with another black girl, Hallease, ended up on the Yurok Reservation in northern California, […]

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