Climate Corner: Water is life

Mar 30, 2024 Vic Elam During the Roman Empire, it is thought that lead poisoning from the lead pipes that the Romans used may have caused or contributed to the downfall of the Roman Empire. Yet today… Read More

Climate Corner: More fracked gas is a dead end

Mar 23, 2024 Eric Engle It’s clearer than ever that, for residents of Ohio and greater Appalachia, the fracking “boom” has turned out to be a bust. The Appalachian Hydrogen Hub will only be another dead end… Read More

Climate Corner: Transition from exploitation to sustainability

Mar 16, 2024 George Banziger The exploitation of Appalachia by outsiders goes all the way back to the days of George Washington, who, prior to serving as our first president, surveyed the lands around the Ohio River… Read More

Climate Corner: Detoxing your home

Mar 9, 2024 Randi Pokladnik Spring is usually the time homeowners decide to take inventory of unnecessary “junk” and clean out closets, garages, and other areas of their homes. It is also a good time to detox… Read More

Suggested Readings for March 2024

MOVCA Selected Media Postings February 2024 Compiled by Cindy Taylor   Appearing online in The Marietta Times: February 26, 2024  Local News by Stephanie Elverd “Norfolk Southern investors continue criticism over derailment”   February 2, 2024 Business… Read More

Climate Corner: Where have all the flowers gone?

Mar 2, 2024 Linda Eve Seth What a lonely place it would be to have a world without a wildflower! — Roland R Kemler *** Think about climate change. If you’ve been paying attention, you are likely… Read More