ing in ever greater detail the catastrophe we face, if we are not willing to do anything about it?” Indeed. As a non-scientist, I would urge everyone who IS a scientist, of whatever branch of science, to focus your trained mind on the question that follows from the previous one. Scientists’ communications methods have been unsuccessful in effecting the changes that your research shows the need for – why not try collective direct action?
When? April 6, 4:00 PM Where? Portland Business Alliance, 121 SW Salmon St. Scientists have studied the climate and ecological crisis but our warnings have failed. After decades of writing reports, advising governments, and giving … Read more
If you haven’t checked out our Climate Information Resources page, now is the time! This continuously updated library is a collection of everything you need to keep up to date with climate science and the … Read more
A year ago, if you had told me I would now be an online teacher, I would have laughed in your face. You see, eons ago, in normal life, I am an outdoor educator. I … Read more
tipping point: 1. (mathematics, catastrophe theory) The point at which a slow, reversible change becomes irreversible, often with dramatic consequences. 2. (sociology) A point in time when a group rapidly and dramatically changes its behavior by widely adopting … Read more
Icy rain was hitting my window as I read through my Twitter feed. November’s gray gloom made the afternoon feel like an endless evening, and a recent report published in Nature titled “An earth system … Read more
Portland’s Chemical Weapons Research Consortium, led by Dr. Juniper L. Simonis, has been studying the use of chemical weapons on Portlanders by Portland Police and federal agents since early in Portland’s Black Lives Matter uprising, … Read more
Last week we asked everyone to nag Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality and Portland’s Bureau of Environmental Services about a request for information regarding the effects of teargas on the environment. A few days ago, … Read more