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The Post-Election Climate

As we move on from a tumultuous election season, there seems to be room to celebrate on the climate action front: The climate crisis emerged as a key election issue, President-elect Joe Biden has pledged robust climate action, and organizers are ready to hold him to it. Terra Verde host and Earth Island Journal Managing … Continued


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Terra Verde – Northern California Indigenous Communities Remain Steadfast in Push for Dam Removal and Restoration of the Klamath River

Terra Verde is joined by Thomas Joseph, a member of the Hoopa Valley Tribe and co-director of California Kitchen, an independent grassroots climate justice project, to speak of current campaigning to remove destructive dams from the Klamath River and to provide insight on the indigenous experience in election 2020.


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Cleaning Up the Fashion Industry

Fast fashion. It’s a term used to describe the relatively new bent of the fashion industry towards cheap, trendy, disposable clothes. These clothes come with a low price tag at checkout, but at a high cost to people and the environment. Terra Verde host and Earth Island Journal Managing Editor Zoe Loftus-Farren discusses these costs, … Continued


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The End of Oil?

The climate crisis has come into sharp relief in recent years. Ice sheets are melting, sea levels are rising, and extreme temperatures are becoming more common. Here in California, the crisis has become impossible to ignore. This year, more acreage has burned than any year on record, tens of thousands of people have been evacuated … Continued