Posts filed under Environmental Rights

How the Paris withdrawal spells disaster... But only for us.

He was mocked by the media, asked questions he was too much of a simpleton to answer, and dominated by French President Emmanuel Macron’s Kung-fu grip. 

SCIENCE IS COOL AND ALL, BUT Y’ALL MOTHERF*CKERS NEED PHILOSOPHY

Science unto itself bears no inherent qualities of moral or ethical predisposition. It compiles premises and reports on the probability of effects. Philosophy utilizes all available information to grant humanity broader perspective.

100 Days of Resistance - Day 5 "Take Their Oil"

This kind of rhetoric, along with the recent executive orders banning all Syrian refugees and barring entry to anyone from seven Muslim majority nations from entering our country even as a tourist, play directly into ISIS’ hands.

Here's the Controversy Around Canada Goose's Products

Here's a quick lowdown on the controversy between Canada Goose and Factory Farms from our NYC Producer, Sonia Ahuja.

The Notice Blog: Climate Change Skeptic Scott Pruitt to Head EPA

Last week, a GOP-dominated senate confirmed Scott Pruitt as head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, despite Democrats best attempts to delay his vote. Here's why you should be concerned:

Out Like Flynn + Black Reporter Exposes Trump + Pruitt Nomination

What We Noticed Today: Out Like Flynn + Black Reporter Exposes Trump + Pruitt Nomination #TrumptyDumpty

CALLED IT.

Barely a week after activists stave off Construction of DAPL, the Belle Fourche pipeline spilled 176,000 gallons into the Ash Coulee Creek - just 150  miles away from the water protectors’ encampment. So.. How safe are those pipelines again?

LIKE A ROCK: STANDING ROCK WINS.. FOR NOW.

The US Army Corps of Engineers announced Sunday that it has rejected the permits for DAPL to be built through land sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. In reality, it took the largest gathering of Native American tribes in history, just to get the pipeline rerouted. Also, the activists are still staying. The fight’s not over just yet.

DUMSOR: GHANA'S ENERGY CRISIS

Climate Change has a many effects. Here's one of them, in the nation of Ghana. They're one of the very first countries to have the majority of their electricity come from renewable energy in the form of hydro-electric dams. And there's more.

REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU TALK POLITICS THIS THANKSGIVING

Are you ready for your annual "Arguing Over Politics W/ Relatives" Day - Aka Thanksgiving? The Donald J. Trump presidency is turning out to be everything we feared. And that fear isn’t divisive, or disrespectful. It’s real. Here’s what you should know before talking politics at the table. 

 

THE NOTICE BLOG | EP 2 | WHO'S DAVID TAYLOR?

Meet David Whitwell & Felix Del Tredici, a pair of Avant Garde musicians making their way through the New York music scene. What starts out as a simple profile piece for these two, takes us on a journey of Who's Who in the NYC underground's most compelling and prolific musicians.

LET'S TALK ABOUT DAPL (THE DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE)

09.02.16 | MINISODES | OIL & WATER
In this episode, we join correspondent Sarah Echo Colón to delve into the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline, and what it means to Native American Activists.