Author: Jeremy Bloom

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Biden EPA moves to protect Bristol Bay from salmon-killing Pebble Mine

Conservationists, local tribes, and commercial fishers celebrated on Thursday the Biden administration’s move to permanently protect Alaska’s Bristol Bay watershed from the proposed Pebble Mine and similarly destructive projects. By Jessica Corbett Common Dreams “Placing a massive mine at the headwaters of the world’s greatest, most productive wild sockeye salmon fishery has been a terrible idea […]

September 10th

WSJ outdoes Brietbart in politicizing medicine after journals call for climate action

The Wall Street Journal is a legacy media institution, one of the most-subscribed-to newspapers in the world, catering to the wealthy investors of its namesake. Breitbart is a blog that spent years laundering Nazi propaganda into mainstream Republicanism. Though some might be inclined to suggest there’s a categorical difference between the two outlets, on climate, […]

September 10th

New signs the Gulf Stream system is near collapse, with ‘Unimaginably Catastrophic’ results for weather in Europe and Eastern US

While heatwaves, fires, and floods produce warnings that “we are living in a climate emergency, here and now,” a scientific study suggested Thursday that a crucial Atlantic Ocean current system could collapse, which “would have severe impacts on the global climate system.” By Jessica Corbett Common Dreams The study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, focuses on the Atlantic Meridional […]

August 14th

Chevron vs The Truth: Rally NOW to support Steve Donziger as his trial begins in NYC

Attorney Steve Donziger beat Chevron in court, representing indigenous tribes of the Amazon that had been poisoned by the company’s negligence and indifferenceļ. Today, he is on trial in New York City in a blatant extra-legal retaliation, having spent 635 days under house arrest for a misdemeanor. You can join the protest this morning outside […]

May 10th

Earth Day Action: Can you help to keep the lights on at Red GREEN and Blue?

If you’d like to make a donation to a worthy cause on this 51st Earth Day… For the past ten years, I’ve been editing and publishing RedGREENandBlue.org, a website that brings together progressive and conservative voices in favor of climate change action. Unfortunately, with the current coronavirus economic meltdown, we’ve lost our primary funding source. So […]

April 22nd

50 years of Earth Day Posters, 1970-2020

Earth Day 1970 (Pogo via Walt Kelley) (Earth Day 1970 by Robert Leydenfrost, via Click Americana) ->Next Poster Unfortunately, with the current coronavirus economic meltdown, we’ve lost our primary funding source. So we’ve set up a Patreon Page: Become a Patron! You can also make a one-time or recurring donation via PayPal – anything helps, […]

April 22nd

Watch NOW: Four short films of the Oceanic Global Short Film Festival

In partnership with international NGO Oceanic Global, EarthX will host a virtual screening and panel discussion for the first-ever Oceanic Global Short Film Festival. This event features the festival’s winning Final Four films and will show on EarthxTV on December 3rd at 11am EST. Created by Oceanic Global’s London Hub, the festival showcases emerging filmmakers […]

December 3rd