One measure of a society, indeed of a world, is how well it can work together to solve problems, address challenges, take advantage of sustainable opportunities. Right now, we get an F for this and have for some time. Retake recommends going local to create change and find hope.
PNM is a dinosaur and was exposed as such in the Supreme Court Monday. The judges knew it, the PRC knows it, as evidenced by PNM the very next day releasing an RFP seeking bids to generate 467 KW of energy from solar sources, so does PNM. The tide is turning. This brief blog explains…
There were hundreds of people inside and hundreds lined up to get in to testify against the obscene ALEC-inspired revisions to national science standards. You have til 5pm for formally contact PED with input. But this post also includes links to contact info for PED Commissioners and map of districts.
Two articles are referenced to outline how US policy over many years has consigned PR to 2nd class status, crippled it economically, destroyed its infrastructure…all before Maria. Now in unimaginable ruin, it is humiliated by a President who needs to go.
In a Nation article from December, Bill McKibbon wrote of how the urgency of climate change dictated non-violent direct action as a key strategy. Retake examines McKibbon’s thinking and questions if we may need to learn something from Jennifer Marley. The post also includes a encouragement to attend today’s Public Safety Committee hearing.
As always on Monday a review of the week and our only action for the day, a celebration of Susan Popovich’s life. Details within.