October and November have ushered in victories for environmentalists. Corporations have been soundly defeated or exposed on many fronts.
This is a time to reflect on the gentle giants that are Florida's official state marine mammal.
Driving through rugged beauty made us aware of the power of nature and the relative powerlessness of human beings in that kind of environment.
We don't see these phenomena with our eyes, but studies verify an invisible reality that damages us.
Links to some of the most interesting science stories reported this week relating to both political and social affairs.
Fossil fuel and pipeline corporations are trying to sell their plans to export fracked gas through communities, forests, and rivers.
California's initiatives are setting the pace in the race to curb greenhouse gas emissions. But not without the opposition of Big Oil.
"This is a grassroots effort that began last year with the huge climate march rally in New York City."
China's manufacturing sector spews forth more CO2 by far than similar sectors in other countries.
The demonstration was transmitted from the U.S. naval radio station at Arlington to San Francisco, then a few hours later relayed to Honolulu, for a total of 4900 miles.