A student demonstration calling for Scripps College to sign onto a national “carbon commitment” — a climate pledge signed by the other four Claremont Colleges and 329 other colleges and universities nationwide — will take place on Friday.
Ireland might be behind other countries in some aspects of progressive politics, but their climate policy is far ahead of the United States’.
With the recent global climate strikes over, the question of where to go from here remains. The answer is simple: a carbon tax.
It’s time for travelers to look at the environmental impact of their flying habits. Governments aren’t doing nearly enough.
Hundreds of people in Claremont participated in Friday’s global climate strike, which aimed to bring awareness to the environmental crisis.
CMC students are pushing the school to advance its carbon neutrality deadline, and Scripps students are calling to join a sustainibility pact.
We need to do much more to help solve the issues of global warming and environmental degradation, both of which humankind has contributed to.
Capitalism has run its course and run aground. It’s time that we try socialism.
5C students joined Pomona geology professor Robert Gaines in a discussion on the future of global warming and climate change last Wednesday, as part
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