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

Climate Corner: Paradise threatened

Feb 24, 2024 Rebecca Phillips As winter drags on in the Mid-Ohio Valley, many of us dream of escaping to tropical climes until spring. Since retiring, I have been lucky enough to do just that, spending several… Read More

Climate Corner: Net metering benefits all

Feb 17, 2024 Jean Ambrose editorial@newsandsentinel.come) As someone who lives in rural Wood County, I experience frequent power outages. That means worrying about whether my freezer is going to thaw or if my blood sugar alarm is working…. Read More

Climate Corner:‘Some animals are more equal than others’

Feb 10, 2024 Aaron Dunbar One of my first actions as a fledgling climate activist was to deliver 100 books on the subject of climate and the environment to the office of my climate change denying Congressman,… Read More

Climate Corner: Transition to cleaner energy offers opportunities

Feb 3, 2024 News and Sentinel Heather Sprouse Hydrogen, the simplest and most abundant element on earth, could be a key piece in the puzzle of energy solutions needed to avoid the most extreme impacts from climate change…. Read More

Climate Corner: Leading the charge

Jan 29, 2024 Giulia Mannarino President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law on Aug. 16, 2022. It’s the largest, most ambitious investment in climate and energy in American history. This law will help the… Read More

Climate Corner: No more time to delay action

Jan 20, 2024 Eric Engle The International Energy Agency recently reported that an estimated 507 gigawatts of renewable electricity were added globally in 2023, three-quarters of which was solar. Most of this solar was built in China,… Read More

Climate Corner: America’s vanishing treasures

Jan 13, 2024 Vic Elam “Nothing is more priceless and more worthy of preservation than the rich array of animal life with which our country has been blessed. It is a many faceted treasure, of value to… Read More

Climate Corner: Time to get off the bench

Jan 6, 2024 Randi Pokladnik The final 2023 column of the Climate Corner, written by George Banziger, “Some Good News for the Climate in 2023,” spoke about the progress we have made toward addressing the climate crisis…. Read More

Climate Corner: Some good news for the climate in 2023

Dec 30, 2023 George Banziger At the end of the calendar year, it is customary to review the highlights of the past year. There was compelling evidence of the urgency needed to address the climate crisis right… Read More