The weather, currently.
Don’t let today’s clouds fool you. It’s starting to get hotter, so while you might want to revel in an overcast day, prepare for it to be a bit warmer than yesterday. I still really enjoy highs at 85°F, and without the intense sunshine beaming down on you, it should be a great time to pick up all those early pandemic hobbies you’ve long since abandoned. Lace up the roller skates, check on your tomato plants, make another DIY wind chime for the tree in front of your window. The sun should poke out around 2 PM, and that’s about when the heat will start winding down and set you up for a mostly clear evening. Lows will rest in the mid-60s.
What you need to know, currently.
Our Managing Editor has a new story up on a study that details how social inequality fuels climate change and makes it harder to fight.
“‘Climate instability threatens the loss of social justice and equality gains over the past half-century,’ said Dr. Kelly Davis, a clinical social worker and director of the Institute for Social Work and Ecological Justice. ‘Making it the most significant and universal problem facing social workers.’”
“Research shows that the most marginalized — poor and BIPOC people, for example — already face the brunt of climate-related devastation. Meanwhile, wealthy countries account for almost 40 percent of carbon emissions, while only making up 16 percent of the world’s population.”