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Megan Toombs

Megan Toombs is the Director of Communications for the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, and Editor of EarthRisingBlog.com. You can tweet at her @MeganToombs.

Articles From Megan

Evil incarnate: The systematic abortion of Down syndrome children

About a year and a half ago I was at an all-day event with friends and their social acquaintances, all fellow millennials. It consisted of a lot of sitting around in lawn chairs, chatting, and eating too much food. In addition to all the fun stories and silly jokes, our conversation eventually landed on a […]

Steyer-funded climate change campaign fails to bring millennials to the polls

Tom Steyer has won the award for “most willing to spend own money on climate change advocacy” for a couple years now, as well as “least able to get others to chip in.” I first wrote about him two years ago when he was trying to influence the midterm elections, and here we are again […]

A role model the next generation: “The Man Who Fed the World”

The Indian Agricultural Ministry released estimated food grain numbers on Monday, projecting growth despite a drought that has hit eleven states. That’s great news for Indian farmers, and consumers alike. Even if that estimate is downgraded, there are no projections of major agricultural loss due to the drought — a huge accomplishment in a country […]

Stop calling me a ‘denier’: Debating science is honorable, not evil

We’ve all read the articles, and heard the voices of doom. The earth is going to get really hot, it’s all humans’ fault, and we must make drastic economic changes to fix our mistakes. Those who disagree with this viewpoint are termed “Climate Deniers,” an insult intended to bring about the specter of Holocaust denial. […]

Youth Indoctrination: Climate groups using kids to promote alarmism [VIDEO]

“There is no absurdity so palpable but that it may be firmly planted in the human head if you only begin to inculcate it before the age of five, by constantly repeating it with an air of great solemnity.”–Arthur Schopenhauer Unfortunately, this statement by Arthur Schopenhauer (a German philosopher in the 1700–1800’s) has been proven […]

Young Environmental Activists: Pawns in a Larger Game?

Young people are the foot soldiers of change. We have the passion, fewer responsibilities competing for time, and as William Pitt said in the movie Amazing Grace, “…we’re too young to realize certain things are impossible. Which is why we will do them anyway.” But many young people fall into the pit of passion without […]

Opinion: Bernie Sanders’ energy policy is a nightmare for Millennials

Democratic Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT), a self-avowed socialist, or democratic socialist, is at it again, pushing policies that will get him press but that, if passed, would hurt every man, woman, and child in this country—especially Millennials. Senator Sanders has signed onto a bill called the “Keep it in the Ground Act,” along […]

Opinion: Lifting ban on crude oil exports is good for millennials

Since the Great Recession, millennials have struggled to find jobs after college. When we do, we’re often underemployed, or barely able to make payments on our massive student debt–a combined whopping $1.3 trillion nationwide, growing by $3,055.19 per second. We make up forty percent of those unemployed. Forty-four percent of college educated Millennials are underemployed—working in non-career, […]