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Art demonstrates the threat caused by climate change to non-believers

Viewers observe Olafur Eliasson's Ice Watch outside the Tate Modern gallery in Bankside, London on Dec. 17, 2018.

Carla Vreeland

November 15, 2019

For years, art has been used as a tool to influence people’s ideas and perspectives on problems affecting their society. Today is no different.  Climate change is a controversial and highly divisive topic in politics and the media. Many people see the scientific evidence of climate change and u...

CHS Students and Staff Advocate for Change

According to USA Today, the United States currently ranks third in the world in waste per capita, producing 230 million tons of waste per year with less than a quarter being recycled.

Aidan Cole

November 15, 2019

With the effects of global warming growing more potent, the world has been scrambling for solutions. Communications High School has a few of their own.  Teachers have found ways to help protect the environment, including radio teacher Bill Bengle. “We used to print the news for the morning n...

CHS Custodians say Recycling Efforts Are a Waste Without Proper Education

According to USA Today, the United States currently ranks third in the world in waste per capita, producing 230 million tons of waste per year with less than a quarter being recycled.

Will McHale, Desiree Negrin

November 15, 2019

As society becomes more environmentally conscious in response to the threat of climate change, CHS students and staff alike will likely have to reconsider their waste amount and recycling habits. According to USA Today, the United States currently ranks third in the world in waste per capita, produci...

Climate changes under AOC

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Senator  Ed Markey speak at the Capital Building during February 2019.

Vaughn Battista

May 10, 2019

The year is 2050. Some see a 100 percent renewable energy America, with zero net emissions, an environmentalist’s dream. Others see an economy in ruin, with a nation even deeper in debt and America’s essential industries destroyed. These are the potential consequences of a Green New Deal. The Gre...

Climate change deniers: check the evidence

Polar ice caps are affected by Earth's increasing temperatures.

Colin Martin

December 22, 2016

The issue of climate change is a divisive one in the United States. Curiously though, it did not come up as frequently in the recent presidential debates as other topics such as immigration or trade, despite being just as crucial to the nation and the world. Despite the fact that, according to NASA, 97...

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