We need to be as creative in regulating new technologies and business models as the people who are making and selling these products and services.
Steve Cohen, Author at State of the Planet
The widespread and growing attention paid to environmental sustainability is difficult to ignore.
The Trump administration’s effort to bury the newest climate report isn’t working.
Fires continue to burn in California as the air quality declines to dangerous levels. Hurricanes and floods this fall left a path of destruction as communities all over this country struggled to put themselves back together.
Bold leadership and dramatic action is required to counter the backward-facing energy and environmental policy we see in Washington.
Tuesday’s election could be key in deciding federal environmental protection moving forward.
A reminder that there is far more good in the world than evil, and that we always do better when we build libraries and schools instead of prisons.
The need for education is constant. The key is to develop a culture of learning, achieving, and dreaming―and to not limit that learning and dreaming to young people.
The planet we share has become fragile in the hands of humans and our technology. We can and must develop and adopt sustainability management to gain control of those technologies and reduce their impact on our planet.