The Covid 19 crisis has spurred a rethinking of sustainability issues, particularly regarding equity. In our nation’s capital, this means building upon & changing the trajectory of, the Sustainable DC 2.0 plan passed in 2018.
Posts by Ethan Goffman :
Gus Speth, founder of the World Resources Institute and a long-time environmental policy guru, has now turned to poetry…
Poet Ethan Goffman asks “O little stream, why do you run so rapid? You can’t outrun the world.”
Pumping Gas: Hazardous To Your Health And The Planet New Law In Cambridge, Massachusetts Aims To Protect Public Health
A new law in Cambridge, MA protects public health by requiring labels on gasoline pumps warning of the health dangers inherent with refilling your tank.
How do I do it? By living in a small house with super insulation, by giving up red meat and pork, by taking public transit or biking instead of owning a car, by flying only once every decade or so.
Emmy Pérez is the 2020 Texas Poet Laureate and the author of two books, With the River on Our Face and Solstice, and often addresses environmental topics.
Eco-Justice Poetry: Celebrating A New/Old Form Talking Ghost Fishing With Poets Melissa Tuckey and Camille Dungy
The new book Ghost Fishing: An Eco-Justice Poetry Anthology sheds new light on the eco-justice poetry movement.
Changing the Transportation Climate in Maryland and Beyond Strong New Statewide Measures Could Have Ripple Effects Across the United States
Strong new measures to limit transportation emissions in Maryland could have ripple effects across the United States and beyond.
Spiritual & Historic Roots Spur Tribes to Fight for Bears Ears, Grand Staircase-Escalante Trump executive orders slashing protected acreage an affront to Native Americans
The Trump administration decision to take away protections at Bears Ears is troublesome for Native Americans with ancient connections to the land.
Sustainable DC, launched in the nation’s capital in 2012, has spurred notable accomplishments, from bicycling innovations to green buildings…