In a dystopian fantasy world, all food production is controlled by fictional industrial giant Crow Foods. Scarecrows have been displaced from their traditional role of protecting food, and are now servants to the crows and their evil plans to dominate the food system. Dreaming of something better, a lone scarecrow sets out to provide an alternative to the unsustainable processed food from the factory.
Join Chipotle and the Scarecrow on a journey to bring real food back to the people. Play the game, watch the animated short film, and find out how to take action.
If you heard there was an illicit activity that made criminals billions of dollars funded insurgencies and terrorism destabilized governments and economies and was responsible for millions of deaths each year, would you take it seriously?
Stop Wildlife Crime: The Series by World Wildlife Fund
Palmer Trinity School appears poised to engage in curricular innovation.
The vision committee is hoping to gauge the interest of the faculty to integrate the content and skills of certain topics into its middle and upper school curriculum.
Assuming Palmer Trinity School provides the necessary support – time, resources, etc. – so that teachers can build new material into their courses and try new approaches to teaching, please select from the list below the themes you are interested in integrating into your curriculum.
Petition to the WMO to name extreme storms after climate change deniers.
Since 1954, the World Meteorological Organization has been naming extreme storms after people. As scientific evidence shows that climate change is creating increasingly frequent and devastating storms, and with climate scientists declaring these extreme weather events as the new normal, we propose a new naming system. A system that names extreme storms caused by climate change, after the policy makers who deny climate change and obstruct climate policy.
If you’re flipping through this pamphlet, it’s probably because you’ve already embarked or are about to embark on your college search. You may be set on a green career, or you may have no idea. No matter what you decide to study, each of these universities offers much in the way of caring for the environment Among the many research opportunities, state of the art facilities, and engaging coursework, there is one thing for certain—attending a green school opens doors. Many of these colleges and universities are on the cutting edge of environmental research, and several others have taken the initiative to campus life. Indeed, attending an environmentally conscious school is an experience in itself. The student body at several of these schools actively participates in making campus living more sustainable, and for many students, it is a focus of their college careers. Lastly, attending a green school is opportunity to meet others who share similar interests—whether it be a career in urban ecology or marine biology. So if you’re interested, make it happen—go green after graduation!
TV viewers may soon be confronted with the message that “Exxon Hates Your Children.” The ad, from advocacy groups Oil Change International, The Other 98% and Environmental Action, urges Congress to eliminate fossil fuel industry subsidies.
The MIDWAY film project is a powerful visual journey into the heart of an astonishingly symbolic environmental tragedy. On one of the remotest islands on our planet, tens of thousands of baby albatrosses lie dead on the ground, their bodies filled with plastic from the Pacific Garbage Patch.
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Midway Project blog, team details, production diary videos: