Academics at UGA have joined the fight against climate change and are finding ways to solve climate problems in their own backyard.
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Athens has experienced some strange weather in February. Still, environmentalists should be careful before blaming these weather patterns on climate change.
Nick Fuhrman, better known as “Ranger Nick,” has devoted his life to educating people about the environment.
Pack your bags, winter — we don’t want you anymore.
But do we really have the right, collectively as a student body, to hate on this bizarre trend of cold, rain and storms passing through?
Though the projected economic benefit and environmental detriment of the pipeline are relatively insignificant to the larger issues at hand, President Obama’s decision will be symbolic for the future of U.S. environmental, economic and energy policy.
UGA is spending thousands of student dollars to green-wash our campus, and I refuse to be a part of it.
The crippling flaw in the environmentalist movement is its lack of “ego.” It speaks about the “good of the ecosystem,” the “good of the planet” or the “good of the environment” (or more appropriately, the environment of every plant and animal except man) without taking into account whether their measures are harmful to man’s own interests.
She stands for justice, electoral reform and clean energy. What more could a progressive young environmental activist ask for in a presidential candidate?
Jill Stein, the Green Party's nominee for president, is the only White House hopeful who accepts the reality of global warming and advocates for the ambitious emissions reductions that will be necessary to prevent runaway climate change (40 percent by 2020 and 95 percent by 2050 compared to 1990 levels).