Climate change can feel inevitable. Joanne Oh PZ ’25 is here to say we can still fight back, especially with our resources as students at the 5Cs.
OPINION: Climate activists should not reject policy to mitigate global warming based on who supports it, writes 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.
With the recent global climate strikes over, the question of where to go from here remains. The answer is simple: a carbon tax.
5C students joined Pomona geology professor Robert Gaines in a discussion on the future of global warming and climate change last Wednesday, as part of the Pomona Student Union’s Chat and Stew series. The discussion stemmed from a recent Global Warming report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Suppose I offer you a bet: “$50 says all swans are white.” All you would have to do is find one black swan, even if the overwhelming majority are white. Now suppose my bet is: “$50 says the world would benefit from policies to transition off fossil fuels, even if