Climate Corner: What’s food got to do with climate change?

Apr 29, 2023 Linda Eve Seth Cutting food waste is a delicious way of saving money, helping to feed the world and protecting the planet. — Tristram Stuart *** What we eat, and how that food is… Read More

Public land being stollen

April 24 Columbus Dispatch Letter to the Editor Aaron Dunbar I testified at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources April 10, voicing my opposition to the theft of Ohio’s state parks and public lands for oil and gas… Read More

Climate Corner:‘The most wonderful time to be alive’

Apr 22, 2023 Jean Ambrose Botanist and bestselling author Robin Wall Kimmerer was recently in Athens, lecturing on indigenous wisdom, scientific knowledge and what we can learn from plants and the natural world. As both a scientist… Read More

Climate Corner: West Virginia Public Service Commission must say no

Apr 15, 2023 Eric Engle First Energy West Virginia subsidiaries MonPower and PotomacEdison want their ratepayers to pay $36 million between June of this year and May 2024 to place the Pleasants Power Station in a state… Read More

Climate Corner: Climate change and your allergies

Apr 8, 2023 Rebecca Phillips The Mid-Ohio Valley has long been known for the prevalence of respiratory woes, particularly the notorious “Ohio Valley Crud,” often a result of seasonal allergies. Unfortunately, there is bad news for allergy… Read More

Climate Corner: Becoming prepared for the next disaster

Apr 1, 2023 Callie Lyons We have seen it happen time and again. Shell, IEI, train derailments like East Palestine, untold environmental accidents and disasters – and each of them a threat to our homes, our families,… Read More

Suggested Readings for April 2023

MOVCA Selected Media Postings March 2023 – April 1, 2023 Compiled by Cindy Taylor Appearing in The Marietta Times: March 8, 2023 Local News “MOVCA presentation on Inflation Reduction Act rescheduled” Appearing online in The Parkersburg News and… Read More