The United States Supreme Court ruled today that the right to same-sex marriage is guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution.
Having spent 10 years writing about gay rights, and the past 10 years focused on climate change, I find that the tremendous success of the gay rights movement offers many lessons in how social change happens that are potentially useful to people fighting for climate action.
(Special Note from the Job One Blog Editor: Sometimes it is good not to take something serious like climate destabilization and global warming so seriously. That is why we have posted this climate satire. Have a laugh with us.)
On Wednesday morning, Pope Francis released his first major teaching letter — known as an encyclical — and it focuses on a “hot-button topic” around the world: climate change.
In the letter, the pope focuses on humans’ role in causing climate change. “We must be grateful for the praiseworthy efforts being made by scientists and engineers dedicated to finding solutions to man-made problems,” he writes.
An oil rig worker in Alberta, an engineering student in Mauritania, a minister-in-training in New Zealand – 11 young people, aged under 25, tell us what it feels like to inherit an environmental crisis...
Inspirations for Job One for Humanity Evolutioneers
We clasp the hands of those that go before us, And the hands of those who come after us. We enter the little circle of each other's arms And the larger circle of lovers, Whose hands are joined in a dance, And the larger circle of all creatures, Passing in and out of life, Who move also in a dance, To a music so subtle and vast that no ear hears it Except in fragments.