As people worldwide are protesting climate inaction today, we hear from a professor who incorporates “eco-grief” counseling in her classes. We also look at the doomsday scenario if the Sacramento Delta’s levees collapse, which would leave millions of Californians without drinking water.
Stressed about climate change? How to cope
From this Episode:
California regulators approve controversial carbon offset plan
On Thursday, the California Air Resources Board voted 7-4 to approve the so-called Tropical Forest Standard, a blueprint for how to send corporate money into developing...
Sinking Sacramento Delta puts Californians at risk
In California, 30 million people could be without drinking water under a doomsday scenario that envisions the breaching of the levees surrounding the Sacramento–San Joaquin...
Helping students cope with stress around climate change
Rallies to protest inaction over climate change are happening in more than 100 countries today, including Australia, Japan, France, and the U.S. They come ahead of the...
Ad Astra:' space, fatherhood, and identity
Our critics review "Ad Astra," starring Brad Pitt as an astronaut who goes into space looking for his missing father, played by Tommy Lee Jones; "Rambo: Last Blood,"...