Climate Corner: Industry shills making the public pay more

Dec 11, 2021 Eric Engle editorial@newsandsentinel.com We at Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Action understand the transition to hybrid and electric vehicles will take time as both the government and private sector move to accommodate the infrastructure needs of EVs… Read More

Climate Corner: A bipartisan infrastructure bill

Dec 4, 2021 George Banziger editorial@newsandsentinel.com On Nov. 15 President Biden signed into law the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill. In August the U.S. Senate had passed the bill with 19 Republicans voting for it, and on Nov. 6 the… Read More

Climate Corner: Volunteers can make a difference

Nov 27, 2021 Reed Byers editorial@newsandsentinel.com Appalachia is home to me. It is a place that holds rich history, majestic natural resources, and a deep-rooted culture that is duplicated nowhere else. A beautiful thing about our region is… Read More

Climate Corner: Resetting Earth’s thermostat

Nov 20, 2021 Cynthia Burkhart editorial@newsandsentinel.com As I am writing this, more than 190 world leaders and tens of thousands of negotiators, government representatives, businesses, and citizens are gathering in Glasgow, Scotland for the 26th Global Climate Summit,… Read More

Climate Corner: A look back at a record hot summer

Nov 13, 2021 Dr. Danesha Seth Carley editorial@newsandsentinel.com Picture this: It’s July, the sun is out, the grass is wilting, and the neighbor’s kids are gleefully running through a sprinkler right down the street. On this peaceful morning… Read More

Climate Corner: The environmental costs of cheap fashion

Nov 6, 2021 Randi Pokladnik editorial@newsandsentinel.com A few years ago, I attended a Climate Reality Training Conference in Minneapolis. One of the speakers was involved in sustainable fashion. She told us what prompted her to leave the world… Read More

Climate Corner: COP26 in Glasgow

Oct 30, 2021 Aaron Dunbar editorial@newsandsentinel.com I was four years old when parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) held their first annual conference to agree to do nothing about the existential threat of… Read More

Climate Corner: With climate justice for all

Oct 23, 2021 in the Parkersburg News and Sentinel Giulia Mannarino Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Corner The climate crisis is not just an environmental issue; it is also an ethical, social and political issue. An online article published in… Read More

Climate Corner: Manchin involvement with coal a real problem

Oct 16, 2021 Eric Engle editorial@newsandsentinel.com Sen. Joe Manchin III really likes throwing around the word “entitlements” lately. The senator keeps emphasizing when the media catches up with him that he doesn’t want our society to become an… Read More

Climate Corner: Climate change affects leaf-peeping, too

Oct 9, 2021 Nenna Davis editorial@newsandsentinel.com I remember shuffling as a child through the rainbow of fallen leaves as I walked past City Park to my fifth-grade class at Park School. I would pick up the prettiest ones… Read More