The nutritional standards in our schools are a symptom of a larger problem—our government continues to rely on corporate interests instead of prioritizing the welfare of our citizens. For the government to truly act for the public welfare, they should start by addressing the vast misconceptions they perpetuate for America’s children.
While the Green New Deal sets forth the type of ambitious goals necessary to tackle climate change, it also alienates key political actors and encourages politicization of climate action.
Devastating loss of insect biomass and diversity has made the rounds in headlines, but how effectively is the science communicated? Science communication of the insect collapse is well communicated due to the framing of scientific articles, but it doesn’t necessarily lead to political action.
For Democrats, November’s midterms gave them the ability to block the President’s agenda. In the process, they may have unintentionally destroyed any potential for bipartisan action on climate change.