Tag Archive for: montana-denton
The aquaculture industry could potentially redefine our meals and climate agenda.
Effective environmental policy begins with representation that reflects its constituents.
Thrifting is increasing in popularity due to social media, but the demise of the fast fashion industry requires a complete mindset readjustment when it comes to shopping.
Oil spills attract brief international attention, but local communities and commerce are left to deal with the consequences.
Bezos’s capitalistic goals on Earth and in space perpetuate rabid consumerism and will only increase environmental degradation and the existing wealth gap.
The ongoing wastewater management issues at the Hyperion plant in El Segundo highlight the importance of environmental transparency and how negligence has the potential to severely affect local communities.
Youth climate activists found success in amplifying their voices via social media, but it’s important to use the platforms to inspire tangible action in real life.
Our historically capitalist system creates a positive feedback loop, generating increased environmental and financial inequities.
The commercial fishing industry has a significant impact on ocean health, but it’s important to consume facts with caution.
Intersectional activism and gender equality are key in achieving climate justice.