Now is the time to act on climate change, or else
Jan30

Now is the time to act on climate change, or else

When I was born in 1999 in a small town just across the river from Philadelphia, it must’ve seemed to my family that I had a bright future ahead of me. I was being brought into a new millennium propelled by unprecedented economic growth, ever-advancing technology, and a new era of peace ushered in by the end of the Cold War. Americans, by and large, were closing out an era of rapid positive change, eager to see what the year 2000 and...

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SHU turns attention to climate change
Apr08

SHU turns attention to climate change

Climate change is a controversial and complex topic. To better understand how this issue is impacting our society, Seton Hall’s Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations hosted Dr. D. James Baker, Director of the Land, Forest, & Carbon Measurement Program at the Clinton Foundation, on April 8. As one of the most widely published scientists in the world, Dr. Baker is no amateur when it comes to the environment; he was the...

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Climate march incites environmental passions
Sep25

Climate march incites environmental passions

Climate justice advocates demonstrated a collective effort to raise awareness about the severity of climate change on Sunday, Sept. 21. Hundreds of thousands of determined participants gathered at the People’s Climate March in New York City, the largest assemblage for action against climate change in history. Participants marched from 82nd to 34th Street, some chanting things like “system change, not climate change”...

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