December 13, 2023

When talking about a political divide in the country, the implication is that it refers to the choice of US president. However, the political divide goes much deeper than that. It has infiltrated our public schools (book banning), women’s personal choice (abortion bans) and the use of gender-affirming care for children (banning gender-affirming care for children, bans on transgender youth in sports). Now, according to a new study, that divide permeates yet another issue; Participants of the COP28 Climate Summit ended their gathering by making a bold deal. The bigger question is, can they keep it?; Common acceptance was that Covid was a huge killer of lives but one writer sounds the alarm for something deadlier than Covid that is taking too many Americans; It’s easy to feel powerless when trying to compensate for the ongoing threats to our climate but a new app wants to help empower us all to do our part in saving our planet. Go beyond the headlines…

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