A City of Newton ordinance requiring businesses over 3500 sq. ft. to provide paper bags…
We had all this potential for wind energy, for solar energy, and there were so many barriers to developing [clean energy], that we set about trying to knock down barriers,” Ritter said.
“When we shorten the food chain, people learn more about how food is produced,” Pollan said.
Alyssa Florack, a member of CJBC and MCAS ’17, believes that social justice and climate change are deeply intertwined.
On Thursday night, Climate Justice Boston College gathered outside of President Father Leahy’s house to protest the University’s investment in fossil fuels. CJBC also held a vigil for climate refugees around the world.
Student ambassadors of the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) screened “Chasing Ice,” a film that follows nature photographer James Balog BC ’74, on Monday to promote awareness for climate change.