November 30, 2015
This week, in preparation for the upcoming climate negotiations in Paris, the Sierra Student Coalition participated in Conference of the Youth (COY). COY is a gathering of young people from all around the world to work together, learn from each other and collaborate in preparation for COP21.
November 25, 2015
The major People's Climate March actions coinciding with the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference have been cancelled due to security concerns in Paris, France. It will be the 21st annual Conference of the Parties (COP21) since the 1992 United Nations Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC). COP21, held in Le Bourget, aims to co-create a universal and legally binding agreement on climate for all nation-states of the global community. The ban applies to all actions planned for public places in Paris and other French cities. People's movement activists will march in other parts of the globe, in solidarity with those who have been disallowed.
November 25, 2015
Coal, an industry in terminal decline in the U.S. and around the world, has turned to developing country markets in a desperate effort to gain stabler footing. But coal is the wrong tool for the job for several key reasons.
November 24, 2015
At this year’s Connecticut Auto show, electric vehicles (EVs) stole the show. In fact, the Hartford Courant’s headline said it all: “Connecticut International Auto Show Opens With Focus on Electric Cars.” With thousands of participants in attendance, the show was the perfect arena to educate people about the wide range of benefits of EVs.
What one skier did when the surface cracked.
Egrets gather on a floodplain in Danube-Dráva National Park, Hungary.
Sorry, beavers. Hydrologists trying to improve conditions for fish just don't need you anymore.
To fish or to mine? Alaskans must decide the future of a wild beach with a long history.
Lumber Liquidators was turning virgin trees from the world's last Siberian tiger habitat into floorboards.
Can you help Clueless U clean up its act? Play to find out.
A Columbia student helps Nepali villagers deal with climate change.
A wig made of sea sponge protects this crustacean from predators.