Building a better Britain
Ever since the 2020 primaries started the DNC has establishment has been unified behind a singular message. The message isn’t about the ambitious policies they are going to implement, or how they are going to improve the lives of the average voter, or even how they can positively influence the world.
Pictured above is Jenny. For safety reasons, she chose not to show her face. After Jenny’s partner passed away in April, she and her 2-year-old son were given 48 hours to vacate their home. Her son now lives hours away while she spends her days sitting on the cold pavement of a street corner that she knows is protected by street cameras. Her nights are spent at a homeless shelter.
Dear President Donald Trump,
Racine, WI -- Local elected officials seeking to mitigate the impact of climate change on their communities have a new resource available. Wisconsin Conservation Voters, along with the Sierra Club and RENEW Wisconsin, have just released the “Wisconsin Clean Energy Toolkit: Developing a Clean Energy Plan for Your Community.” The workbook provides local elected officials with information and resources about ways to make their communities more sustainable.
Climate change is responsible for many of the disasters that occur in the world, whether it be wildfires in Australia, Tornados in America or floods that sink Venice. Despite clear evidence provided by many individual scientific studies appearing on a weekly basis, there still remains a large proportion of the public who entirely disregard the effects the human race has on our home - Planet Earth.
My Open Letter to Bernie Sanders:
The earth is hurting. The fires, the viral outbreaks, devastating floods, destructive hurricanes - these are all signs. And if we don't recognize the signs, we are fools!
“This [blockade] is having far-reaching impacts on businesses of all sizes in all parts of the country. […] Rail lines are in effect the circulatory system of the Canadian economy. We're talking about impact on business imports, consumer goods, items for export, perishable food items, Canadian natural resources and manufactured goods, Canadian grain, the chemicals that are used to de-ice planes or in water treatment plants in various communities, propane for communities in Quebec and Atlantic Canada. […] We are hearing from companies that this is extremely, extremely challenging for their operations.” Senior director of transportation policy for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Ryan Greer speaking of the Wet’suwet’en blockades. (Flanagan 2020)