Supreme Court Back in Session; Oath Keepers Planned ‘Armed Rebellion’, Says Prosecutors; UN Chief Says World Is In “Life or Death Struggle” for Survival;

October 3, 2022

The US Supreme Court is back in session today, and back to welcoming the public into the courtroom. Oath Keeper leader Stewart Rhodes and four associates planned to continue their plot even after the 2020 election results were certified. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that the world is in "a life-or-death struggle" for survival against climate change.

DOJ Filing Shows Trump Obstructed Investigation; Jackson, Mississippi’s Water Crisis Leaves Thousands Without Water; Widespread Flooding Creates 100km Lake in Pakistan

August 31, 2022

An official court filing from the Department of Justice on Tuesday shows that Trump "likely concealed and removed" classified documents from a storage room at Mar-a-Lago. Years of neglect coupled with torrential rain have led to the failure of the main water treatment facility in Jackson, Mississippi. Record flooding in Pakistan has killed 1,162 people since mid-June and has turned a large portion of Sindh Province into a 100-kilometer-wide (62-mile) lake.

FBI Searched for Top Secret Nuclear Docs at Trump Home; House to Vote on Inflation Reduction Act; European Drought Dries up Rivers

August 12, 2022

Reports have surfaced that the FBI was searching for top-secret nuclear documents during their raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. The House is set to pass the Inflation Reduction Act this afternoon, however, it will not include some key childcare provisions Democrats had hoped for. The internet is abuzz with pictures from France showing that the country's record-breaking drought has dried up the famous La Loire and Dordogne rivers.

Pollution Control Funding Cuts Put Louisiana’s Citizens at Risk

December 9, 2019

Around 955,000 Louisiana citizens are currently at risk of coastal flooding, with that number expected to rise by an additional 262,000 by 2050 due to climate change. In spite of these numbers, a recent report released by the Environmental Integrity Project shows that Louisiana is among the top 10 states in the U.S. making deep […]

New Orleans Youth will Strike for the Climate on Dec 6

November 26, 2019

On December 6th, young people from all over the New Orleans Metro Area will strike, walking out of their classrooms and workplaces. They will call on the City Council and Mayor LaToya Cantrell to become champions of the Green New Deal. Other demands include: Fully fund the relocation of Gordon Plaza residents Stop the New […]

Progressive Lifestyle: USGBC Louisiana FORWARD Symposium on Sustainability

September 30, 2019

On October 18, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Louisiana Chapter is hosting its fourth annual FORWARD Symposium on Sustainability. This event will bring together environmentalists, architects, educators, business leaders, and students from across the state and the country to discuss sustainability innovations, climate change, social action, and education. The theme of this year’s event […]

New Report Predicts 280 Million People to be Displaced as a Result of Climate Change

August 30, 2019

According to a newly released report by the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), catastrophic superstorms combined with rising sea levels could result in hundreds of millions of people from coastlines around the world to be displaced. The findings represent a “special report” on the Earth’s frozen zones, or cryosphere. A draft of […]

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