Scientists were able to give us the exact date, time, length and location of the recent solar eclipse, an event occurring 4,000 miles from Earth. Most of us were smart enough to wear those funny glasses when we looked up.
Science also tells us when the next eclipse will be — July 2, 2019.
With equally compelling accuracy, the scientific community has been sounding the alarms about climate change for decades. It is possibly the most daunting and consequential issue of our time.
Unfortunately, the federal government refuses to heed the warnings and invest in the comprehensive approach that we need.
It is easy to feel disheartened. It is easy to feel powerless. What can you — a micro-speck in the microcosm — do to combat this global issue?