As fears mount over if there will be a safe and fair election in November, various national efforts are underway to ensure election integrity and maximize voter turnout. One area of particular concern is the country’s potential shortage of poll workers. In response, new groups like the Poll Hero Project and Power the Polls are mobilizing, getting creative to fill this gap. And it seems to be working.
“We stand on the truth. We have evidence to back us, science behind us and I think we’re winning.”
Women in the energy industry are one factor in helping spur the shift to renewables.
Women of faith heed a calling to protect the Earth.
In West Virginia, the Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition is taking a local approach to boost renewables.
Meet the grassroots group of mothers, grandmothers and other caregivers working nationwide to fight climate change with a focus on clean and renewable energy.
Besides efforts by some states, cities and companies, many local women-led groups are stepping up and pushing renewable energy as one climate change solution.
Rabat, Morocco. Zineb Belmkaddem hadn’t ever given much serious thought to political activism. She didn’t believe she could really change things. Then came the uprisings in nearby Tunisia. “I was in awe and shocked that young Arab people can actually do something to change the political scene,” said 27-year-old Belmkaddem in a cafe here earlier […]