Month: April 2020

Using pandemic to avoid regulations

April 10,2020 By Dr. Randi Pokladnik at The world has come to a standstill as countries try to protect their citizens from the COVID-19 virus spreading across the globe. People have been asked to adhere to social… Read More

A call for war time mobilization

Apr 12, 2020 By Eric Engle Letter to the Editor Parkersburg News and Sentinel In a column dated March 30, Mike Myer writes about the need for greater preparedness when addressing ever-evolving pathogens. I agree with Mike that… Read More

Exploited, indeed

Apr 12, 2020 By Aaron Dunbar Letter to the Editor Parkersburg News and Sentinel A couple of weeks back I submitted a letter to the News and Sentinel, discussing the lessons we should be learning from the COVID-19… Read More

Whether it’s coronavirus or climate crisis, think globally and act locally now

Mar 23, 2020 By Adeline Bailey Letter to the Editor in the Marietta Times Currently, reports of the spread of the coronavirus fill the news. COVID-19 started far from the U.S., but now Ohio health officials and public… Read More

Respond to climate change, too

Mar 22, 2020 By Aaron Dunbar Letter to the Editor in Parkersburg News and Sentinel Transport your mind back to the beginning of this year. Or for that matter, to even a few short weeks ago. Imagine someone… Read More

Transitioning from fossil fuels

Mar 8, 2020 By Aaron Dunbar in the Parkersburg News and Sentinel The fossil fuel industry cares infinitely less about you or your family than it would have you believe. Workers and their communities are little more than… Read More

Uncertain future

Marietta Times Letter to the Editor Mar 18, 2020 by Dawn Hewitt Society seems to be freaking out irrationally about COVID-19. Rational preparation to the growing threat makes much more sense. We don’t know whether the virus will… Read More