"Call me basic, but I love waking up on Thanksgiving morning and watching the Macy’s parade. Without fail, I’m enthralled by the pageantry and comforted by the tradition: the floats, the crowds, the Broadway dance numbers. Santa Claus. The last few years, though, one element has bothered me."
The Society of Professional Journalists presents these awards annually, honoring the best in student journalism. open to US. and international students studying toward an academic degree enrolled in a U.S. or international college or university in 2023.
Join the Yale Center for Environmental Communication for a conversation on Puerto Rican public opinion and engagement on climate change. The speakers will cover the Puerto Rican results from the recent global survey conducted by Meta and YPCCC, challenges and opportunities in the agricultural sector, and more. 12:00 p.m. ET.
Join Project Drawdown executive director Jonathan Foley as he reflects on climate solutions action over the past year and shares exciting plans for advancing climate action in 2024. 12:00 p.m. ET.
"A court in Bavaria has ruled that police were right in wiretapping phone calls between members of the Last Generation climate activist group and journalists."
"With temperatures and rainfall increasing, the mosquitoes that carry dengue viruses are extending their range. More than 4.5 million cases have been reported this year, and global climate models project an additional 2 billion people could be at risk of infection by 2080."
"The forests that blanket the foothills of the Coast Range are crucial to holding onto freshwater and keeping it drinkable. But for years, local residents have suspected that clearcutting by private logging companies in the area has endangered their precious freshwater resource. Now, a new joint report from NASA and Oregon-based nonprofit Oregon Wild confirms coastal residents’ observations and echoes their concerns."
"As the world’s leaders gather this week at a major summit to discuss ways to address the effects of global warming, one of the greatest obstacles they face is disinformation." "Online influencers, fossil fuel companies and some of the countries attending COP28 have nourished a feedback loop of falsehoods."
"The number of malaria cases rose again in 2022, propelled by flooding and warmer weather in areas once free of the illness."
"The group of otters floats between amber stalks of kelp, preening their coats and foraging for urchins. Sheltered in a natural bay off Haida Gwaii, one of the most unforgiving coastlines on the west coast of Canada, the skittish mammals are hidden – from the fast-moving currents, and from groups that have pledged to shoot them on sight."