A Guide to Reducing Your Carbon Footprint at Home and Beyond

October 26, 2020

Although it is easy to see what governments and your local city could be doing to suppress global warming, it is also important to take responsibility for your own carbon footprint and the energy that you use daily. If you want to protect your local natural environment, and that of the whole world, here are […]

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 […]

Opinion: Humanity Should Channel Collective Consciousness to Create a Better Planet

September 29, 2019

Over the course of our history, as our brains have increased in size, we have become more complex beings, enabling us to harness the power to process complex information. Yet it is the precise patterns of information processing that engender human consciousness. If our collective consciousness is constantly evolving, how can we channel this phenomenon […]

Oil and Gas Firm Becomes First to Reach Coastal Restoration Settlement; Critics Respond

September 27, 2019

According to a report from Nola.com, Carmouche & Marcello, a Baton Rouge-based law firm representing Louisiana’s coastal parishes, reached a landmark settlement with the oil and gas firm Freeport McMoRan that is aimed at restoring damage to Louisiana’s coast. The mining giant agreed to pay a total of $100 million dollars in cash and environmental […]

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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