Climate Corner: Climate, war and existential threats

Oct 29, 2022 Aaron Dunbar Jeffery Sachs, director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University, was recently a speaker at the Athens Democracy Forum in Athens, Greece. When comparing the primary forms of government among major… Read More

Climate Corner: Leave it to beavers

Oct 22, 2022 Linda Eve Seth editorial@newsandsentinel.com “The beaver told the rabbit as they stared at the Hoover Dam: ‘No, I didn’t build it myself, but it’s based on an idea of mine.’” — Charles Hard Townes ***… Read More

Climate Corner: How much are you willing to tolerate?

Oct 15, 2022 Vic Elam editorial@newsandsentinel.com I am not a regular contributor to this column but found myself needing to express my concerns after a nearby event came to my attention. On Sept. 8 a brine truck carrying… Read More

Climate Corner: We are burning our grandkids’ future

Oct 8, 2022 Randi Pokladnik editorial@newsandsentinel.com “How could I look my grandchildren in the eye and say I knew what was happening to the world and did nothing?” This question, posed by Sir David Attenborough, should be one… Read More

Suggested Readings for October

MOVCA September 2022 Selected Media Postings Compiled by Cindy Taylor Appearing online in The Parkersburg News and Sentinel:  September 29, 2022   Business article by Steven Allen Adams “Plugging In: Feds approve West Virginia electric vehicle charging station plans”… Read More

Climate Corner: Plug in, Mid-Ohio Valley

Oct 1, 2022 Giulia Mannarino editorial@newsandsentinel.com The Environmental Protection Agency reports that the transportation sector is the #1 source of carbon pollution in the United States. At 29% in 2021, transportation now generates the largest share of greenhouse… Read More