The New Yorker: Will Record Temperatures Finally Force Political Change?
Climate activist, Bill McKibben, discusses the summer 2023 weather, which he calls a “truly remarkable moment in the history of the planet.” McKibben joins Tyler Foggatt to discuss what’s needed to make the necessary changes in time: an organized climate movement to break the fossil fuel industry’s grip on political power. “There's a very hopeful case for the world that we could be building,” McKibben says. “It's just we have to build it fast.”
Liz Kunkle—Co-Founder of Go Green Winnetka
Liz Kunkle, a name that resonates strongly within the environmental advocacy sphere in Winnetka is interviewed. Liz's journey, saturated in various environmental endeavors, stitches together several roles. From co-founding Go Green Winnetka to her latest accomplishment, as the Illinois Environmental Council's first Zero Waste Policy Manager, Liz's commitment to the environmental cause is undeniable.
The Sunday Read: ‘What Does Sustainable Living Look Like? Maybe Like Uruguay’
Across the world, developed nations have locked themselves into unsustainable, energy-intensive lifestyles. As environmental collapse threatens, the journalist Noah Gallagher Shannon explores the lessons in sustainability that can be learned from looking “at smaller, perhaps even less prosperous nations” such as Uruguay.
The Single Best Guide to Decarbonization I’ve Heard
How big is the task of decarbonizing the U.S. economy? What do we actually need to do to get there? How does the I.R.A. help do that? And what are the biggest obstacles still standing in our way?