“Sen. Manchin launches new push for ‘all of the above’ energy bill” – Washington Post As much as the political right likes to chant Drill Baby Drill, it was under President Obama that natural gas came to be touted as […]
A frequent refrain in the environmental world is that “everything is a climate story”: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and our dependence on the fossil fuels heating up the planet, for example, are inextricably linked. But in our hyper-connected, global economy–one […]
Will you pledge to do one thing this week to push Congress to tackle climate change? When, last December, Joe Manchin went on Fox News to declare the Build Back Better Act dead, I gasped with despair. The nearly $2 […]
“Action comes from keeping the heat on. No politician can sit on a hot issue if you make it hot enough.” ― Saul D. Alinsky, Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals In the past few months, Congressional […]
I started using the Internet in the late 90s, when I was in my early teens and services like CompuServe, Netscape, and AOL were becoming, if not ubiquitous, at least more common. I remember the thrill of joining AOL chat […]
Since, as the CEO of a nonprofit, I spend a lot of time raising money from donors and, more importantly, deploying those dollars for impact, I thought I’d share how I think about my personal giving–and where I give.
I choose to make a stand on the beaches even as the waters rise and the sun bears down hotter than ever. And I choose to do so with a spirit of love, joy, righteous anger, and deep sadness.