It is interesting how in the United States and most other industrialized countries, increasing emphasis is placed on rebuilding and expanding its built infrastructure. An important question is largely going unasked. Where do these ribbons of concrete take us; do their paths take into consideration how our land is changing due to climate change.
Buried in the 90-minute smorgasbord of exaggerations, lies, false conflations and middle-school platitudes passed off as a State of the Union Address on Jan.
These days, there’s an app for just about everything—even for being a refugee. According to the United Nations High Command on Refugees [UNHCR], apps
“Climate change is not just about statistics. Climate change is not just about science. Climate change is about human rights.” – Ursula Rakova, Founder
How does Trump’s refugee ban affect people’s lives? Two recent videos document the real impact. They take the viewer behind the partisan policy debates,
Syrians—4.8 million of them–constitute the largest segment of the current world refugee population. But there are many other refugees —16+ million — who are
About 1,200 Afghani, Iraqi and Iranian refugees—currently housed in terrible conditions on islands near Australia—are supposed to come, over time, to the US, under