Climate Justice: The Fight To Center Marginalized Voices
For many years, the mainstream environmental movement has been propagated by white, middle-class individuals speaking out against issues such as DDT in the 1960s and 1970s, and throughout the last century, the conservation of natural spaces in the face of industrial development. While these are important causes, and gains have been made in both areas, […]
In the Name of Science?
On Friday, May 16th, a research whaling fleet left Shimonoseki, Japan consisting of two ships, the 754-ton Yushin Maru and 8,145-ton Nisshin Maru. The departure comes one and a half months after the International Court of Justice in the Hague ruled Japan’s supposed “scientific” whaling in the Antarctic in violation of the 1986 moratorium on […]