If you live on planet earth, you’re wise to be tracking domestic and foreign moves to increase reliance on nuclear energy.
Posts by Sarah Mosko:
Given a growing body of evidence that many chemicals in plastics pose human health risks, Californians should welcome recently passed legislation putting the state on path to be the first to track microplastics in tap water.
The decommissioning of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) has been riddled with controversies since it was shuttered in 2013, undermining public confidence in Southern California Edison’s management of highly radioactive nuclear waste which will be stored on-site for the foreseeable future.
Will the heartache & disruptions from Covid-19 spur a conversation that reaches deeper than blaming pandemics on wet markets & factory farming?
You’re likely taking in tiny particles of plastics every time you eat, drink and breathe, according to research into the risks to our health from plastic’s buildup in the environment.
Warming The Planet—And Keeping America Safe?—With Your Tax Dollars One quarter of Americans' tax burden goes to the U.S. military, one of the world's largest CO2 emitters
One quarter of Americans’ tax burden goes to the U.S. military, which in and of itself emits more greenhouse gases than most nations of the world.
Given the grown-ups aren’t doing much to combat global warming, kids in the U.S. and beyond are leading the charge to save the world for their own future.
It’s hope-inspiring that a bipartisan bill introduced in the House could save our children and grandchildren from the growing climate disaster.
Microplastics Are Everywhere – In Us Too What do beer, oysters, table salt, air & tap water have in common?
What do beer, oysters, table salt, air & tap water have in common? They’re all ways humans are ingesting microplastics, tiny bits of plastic waste.
As frightening as the IPCC’s predictions are, we’re not yet cooked. Congress can still protect us from climate change by passing a carbon tax now.