Renewable sources of energy have been steadily growing over the past few decades due to the advancements in science and the dire need to reduce carbon emissions. In the state of Indiana, over 84,000 people are now employed in the clean energy sector, and over eleven years, the use of coal for electricity dropped from […]Read more "Renewable sources of energy are growing. ~ Julie Peller Ph.D."
This story in the NY times today is most certainly one that every American must-read. Climate change is, by far, the most pressing issue we face as global people. This is not a USA problem, or an EU problem or Asia, South American, or African problem. It is a global humanity problem. This article […]Read more "Reflection on the NY Times article: “How Climate Migration Will Reshape America”"
This is a very good article and ties in with what Francis is try to convey to the people on this planet we call home.Read more "“There is no ecology without equality and no equality without ecology” ~ Pope Francis"
“But ask the animals, and they will teach you; the birds of the air and they will tell you; speak to the Earth, and it will teach you; and the fish of the sea will declare to you” (Job 12:7-8). Reflect on Job’s words as you watch the fires out West and see Hurricanes in […]Read more "Ask ourselves, is now the time?"
Nearly every day, there are reports on the effects of climate change around the world. The unprecedented warming of the earth from human activities (mainly the burning of carbon fuels) has led to distressing changes in nature over the past decades. The most rapid changes have been taking place in the Arctic and surrounding areas, […]Read more "Why are we not mitigating climate change with vigor? by Julie Peller Ph.D"