Part of moving forward as a country involves rethinking American exceptionalism, writes Rakesh Peddibhotla PZ ’24.
Coffee is in danger of shortage. To preserve the industry, we must think of our coffee more holistically; considering the surprisingly complicated environmental and economic processes that lie behind it, writes Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23.
OPINION: America’s public lands are under attack. Everyone who recreates on public lands has a responsibility to protect them, writes Kyle Greenspan PZ ’23
It is hypocritical for liberals to treat victims of climate change with condemnation in red states, writes London Lordos SC ’23.
Climate change is the fault of corporations, but changing personal consumption still can help combat the effects, argues Ben Reicher PO ’22.
Apocalyptic narratives ultimately hinder hope and progress in the fight against climate change, argues Ben Reicher PO ’22.
The Green New Deal doesn’t go far enough reducing emissions or providing international aid, says Sam Hernandez PO ’24.
Amid the climate crisis, Ty Rocker PZ ’23 argues against an anthropocentric view of Earth, describing how nature might regenerate on its own.
California residents and 5C students on the West Coast have been impacted by the orange skies and smoke of this year’s wildfire season — the worst on record in California’s history.
Michelle Lum HM ’23 describes how recent wildfires on the West Coast present a stark reality of a world undergoing climate change.