In solidarity with over 500 Climate Strikes happening worldwide, dozens of students from across the Claremont Colleges gathered last Friday at Pomona College’s Walker Beach to participate in a climate strike rally and share their personal experiences with climate change.
The lack of trees at the Claremont Colleges exacerbates heat and hinders community — so let’s plant more, writes Aaron Matsuoka PZ ’26.
Lack of action on the national level requires local communities to step up mutual aid efforts to protect the most vulnerable from the effects of climate change, argues Nicholas Black PO ’24.
Book columnist Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23 argues that despite its fictional nature, Richard Powers’ “The Overstory” is a powerful vehicle for environmentalism.
5C students returning to California this year are finding the water crisis has only worsened. The U.S. Drought Monitor now finds nearly half of California meets the highest level of severity, “exceptional drought,” with more than 85 percent of the state in “extreme” conditions.
Amid the climate crisis, Ty Rocker PZ ’23 argues against an anthropocentric view of Earth, describing how nature might regenerate on its own.
Rooftop Garden Mentoring Project allows local students to learn about environmental justice and leadership.
Fast fashion and the obsession of the wealthy with second-hand clothing is bad for the environment and for equality.
Printer access at Harvey Mudd is inconsistent, badly planned, and not well allottted based on where students actually live.
It’s time for travelers to look at the environmental impact of their flying habits. Governments aren’t doing nearly enough.