Artists for Soup Resists Climate Change in Nicaragua

One of the most challenging hurdles in the way of resisting climate change is the elusive nature of its virtual invisibility. In Nicaragua and around the world, deforestation, toxins spread by war and industrial agriculture, oil spills, and species extinction all happen out of sight, often preventing the large-scale grassroots activism we might find with other crises. How can climate change become something we see? … Continue reading Artists for Soup Resists Climate Change in Nicaragua

Solar Panels on a Landfill: New York’s Newest Solar Farm Goes Live

By Patrick Metzger Last Thursday, the city of Beacon, NY got a big boost to their renewable energy generation. That’s because a local landfill has been converted from a stagnant stretch of grass into a 2 megawatt solar farm—one of the largest in its territory. Residents and visitors who frequent the Dennings Point Trail along the Hudson River will notice the new solar panels stretching … Continue reading Solar Panels on a Landfill: New York’s Newest Solar Farm Goes Live