It’s impossible for a human mind to remain worried about a distant problem for far too long, no matter how colossal it may seem.
The economy, Covid-19, jobs, immigration, climate change and social justice were the immediate challenges at hand when Biden first entered the oval office.
We are witnessing the cry of nature in 2021. We covered nature in plastic for years, now nature is taking its own sweet revenge in the form of a pandemic. It is our turn to wear PPE kits and yearn for oxygen.
Land Degradation and Desertification has been dubbed as “the greatest environmental challenge of our time”, turning vast stretches of land into arid deserts impacting wildlife, vegetation and leading to water crisis much so as shown in Nolan’s Interstellar.
Scientists tell us that this is the decisive decade – this is the decade we must make decisions that will avoid the worst consequences of the climate crisis.
Joe Biden had been an outright critique of the Green New Deal throughout his Presidential Campaign but his New Infrastructure Plan and American Jobs Plan is synonymous to the GND, this time with a clear price tag and timeline.
From millions a decade ago to possibly none in the coming decade. A massive dip in Western Monarch Butterflies’ population raises fear of yet another species going down at the hands of Climate Change.
In keeping with the goals of the Paris Agreement, six of America’s biggest banks have embraced net-zero commitments for their lending portfolios.