Jessica Corbett, staff writer
plastic food packaging
"Instead of getting serious about moving away from single-use plastic, corporations are hiding behind the pretense that their throwaway packaging is recyclable."
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
According to Food & Water Action's Public Water For All campaign director Mary Grant, SB 6278 in Washignton state "is breaking new ground and should be seen as a model for the country."
"Bottled water companies should not be allowed to extract an essential public...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
sea level rise scenarios
An E.U. agency's new project illustrates how heatwaves, droughts, forest fires...


Amidst the venality, small good news from Arizona, where a judge sided with humanity and migrants arguing that conditions in U.S. concentration camps are "punitive and violate the Constitution" - thus meagerly gifting them, after a five-year lawsuit, a voice, a blanket and decent food. It's one of several rulings against Trump's barbarity to newcomers - who, in a stirring, buoyant citizenship ceremony in Maine this week, vitally reminded us America's still here, just waiting to be reclaimed.

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