Andrew Schwartz is the Deputy Director for the Center for Earth Ethics. He has worked at the confluence of justice, climate change, and social equity for the past decade. A graduate of Union (‘13), Andrew got his start in the environmental movement as an intern at the United Nations during Rio+20. He has worked as an communications consultant for the Climate Reality Project and previously served as the co-director of Micah Challenge USA. He currently resides in Portland, OR.
From the Blog
The Clean Water State Revolving Fund: How Federal Infrastructure Investment Can Help Communities Modernize Water Infrastructure and Address Affordability Challenges Excellent testimony before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment by Catherine Flowers at 31:30 mark on this link. We must confront inequities in wastewater… Read more
In a nut shell, the Doctrine of Discovery, which is based on the Papal Bulls of the fifteenth century, is the origin of the European colonization, providing the answer as to why and how the actual degradation of peoples and nations began globally. For me, as a historian, knowing this… Read more