No. 164, December 24, 2020
Hello Revelator readers,
In a year filled with crisis, loss and vitriolic political theater, there’s a lot most of us would like to forget. But as we inch closer to putting 2020 in the rearview mirror, we found some rays of light worth remembering.
Over the year we published dozens of op-eds and essays from experts, calling out what’s wrong and offering solutions for moving forward. Below are 12 that helped make sense of 2020 and can inform our work in the year ahead.
Picking Up the Pieces: My Search and Rescue Mission for Fallen Songbirds
A Crop Pandemic Would Be as Devastating for Biodiversity and Food Security as COVID-19
Tiger King : 5 Lessons From Beneath the Mayhem
Working From Home During the Pandemic Has Environmental Benefits — But We Can Do Even Better
COVID-19 Reveals a Crisis of Public Spaces
200 Years Ago My Family Built a Dam — Now My Organization Is Tearing It Down
Don’t Look Away
Food Waste in the Time of COVID-19: The Real Reason to Cry Over Spilt Milk
How COVID-19 Took Hold and Why We Must End the Wildlife Trade
Coronaviruses and the Human Meat Market
EPA Enforcement in Distress — and More Trouble Is Brewing
How to Make Climate Refugee Protections a Reality
What should we cover next?
Our stories rely on insight from experts, frontline activists and readers around the world — especially these days, when so much damage is being done behind the scenes, out of the public eye. We want to hear from you, so please drop us a line anytime.
How many states could be fully powered by renewable energy? We'll have the answer tomorrow. After that, we'll continue looking at ways the Biden administration can tackle important environmental issues, while also diving into seagrass.
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As always, thank you for reading. Stay safe.