Social change is a fundamental aspect of human existence. We learn to cope with it as we’re socialized as children, a process that continues into adulthood. The media and our conversations around the dinner table, be they political, cultural, or relational, all center around it
Environment: Conditions & Policies
In this article, I explore the causes of climate change, the consequences of global warming, and the long-term implications for the economy and society. I will also discuss strategies for resilience and mitigation, as well as the importance of international collaboration and policy solutions in addressing this global crisis.
May 18th, 2023 will be 43 years since 1300 feet of the top and side of Mount St. Helens was blown off and pulverized in an eruption 500 times the power of the nuclear bomb dropped on Hiroshima, creating chaos and violence here in the Pacific Northwest.
What could the largest war in Europe since WWII, over 70 years ago, have in common with a current-day melting glacier? The answer is that both events are the result of human greed.
May 18th, 2022 was 42 years since 1,300 feet of the top and side of Mt. St Helens was blown off and pulverized in an eruption 500 times the power of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, creating chaos and violence here in the Pacific Northwest. Each year, on the anniversary of that tumultuous day, I think about the profound nature of the experience and my adrenaline-charged involvement with it.