Totally worth seeing.
In the news there is a beautiful story of a river in New Zealand that has been granted the legal status of a person, so that damage done to the river will be punishable as an encroachment on the rights of a human being. Maybe this is the future. Maybe this is what we should have been doing all along. Read about it here.
This film can’t be released soon enough.
I’ll be a panelist tomorrow at a discussion hosted by Mt San Jacinto College’s Talon newspaper on the Dakota Access pipeline. They’ll be showing a worthwhile documentary on the subject. Check it out here:
Today, early term online environmental science courses at Mt San Jacinto College are coming to an end. As a bit of parting inspiration, check out this beautiful film about one of the most important, adventurous and groundbreaking scientists of our time, Sylvia Earle.
All my life I have heard that addressing climate change would be too expensive, too much of a burden on the economy. Here‘s the other side of the story. Turns out the Oroville Dam crisis is yet another symptom of our collective neglect.
Greenpeace might be the original renegade environmental group, known for its vehement defense of the natural world. Today they took a stance on the renewed interest in pipeline construction in the US. You can read about it here.
I recently posted the trailer for a very cool film about the founding and early activism of the group. It’s called How to Change the World. Check the trailer below and stream it on Netflix.