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.
Acknowledging human’s contributions to climate change is pretty easy to understand, at least for 60% of the American population. But at times, political action in support of addressing climate change can create a situation in which the commitment to environmental change is overshadowed by the irony of the tactics.
In an emotional address to members of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, on April 16, 2019, sixteen-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg delivered a
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“Climate change is not just about statistics. Climate change is not just about science. Climate change is about human rights.” – Ursula Rakova, Founder
Halfway between Norway and the North Pole in the chilly waters of the Arctic Ocean lie the Svalbard Islands. On one of the largest,