Leading online environmental activism portal Beyond Talk has taken on an expanded mission and will now address a wider range of issues, the site's operators report. Founded with a charge of encouraging nonviolent civil disobedience to build up much-needed attention for environmental problems like anthropogenic climate change, Beyond Talks' domain has now been substantially expanded. Going forward, Beyond Talk will address a range of social issues and other topics of concern as well, including subjects like relationships and health. —
"Having built up a strong reputation as a leading force for desperately needed environmental awareness," Beyond Talk Editor in Chief Diana Bradley said, "we're glad to be able to leverage that work to address a range of other issues of great importance. From now on, Beyond Talk readers can count on expanded coverage of the day's most pressing and significant topics, as we go beyond environmental activism and deal with questions like how best to relate to others and take care of ourselves as human beings."
With a near-majority of Americans going against the well-established, worldwide scientific grain in believing that human activity has little or no impact on the Earth's climate, it has become clear that gathering support for measures directed at slowing climate change will require more than the publication of studies. Beyond Talk was founded to interject a fresh note of pragmatism into what often devolves into a stale, unproductive debate by encouraging the publication's readers to make use of nonviolent, strategic civil disobedience as a way of getting their voices heard.
In the years since the site was founded, that approach has proven to be a fruitful one. Although much work still remains to be done, Beyond Talk readers have, by signing on to the ready-made strategies the site's editors offer up, made a real difference in their own communities, helping to build useful momentum toward the day when humankind will take full responsibility for its stewardship of the Earth's environment.
With this strong record of success in place, Beyond Talks editors have set the site on a new and even more ambitious path, one whereby its readers and writers will be able to make a broader impact. The revamped Beyond Talk will focus on a much wider range of today's most pressing issues, helping visitors make the right choices for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Toward that end, the new Beyond Talk includes an appealing selection of high quality, well researched content that will be of a great general interest. Some of these newly published articles, for example, focus on health topics like environmentally friendly skincare and lasting, effective hair removal, while others center on issues like finding lasting happiness and forging stronger relationships with others.
In every case, Beyond Talk will continue to employ the kind of unbiased, penetrating perspectives that have made the site so successful. Beyond Talk editors and writers will thereby help readers understand the advantages and dangers posed by particular consumer products, the best ways of giving loved ones support, and much more.
As always, all of the new content is available entirely free for readers. In taking on its expanded mission, Beyond Talk also remains committed to the important, effective work that has made the site such a force in the field of environmental activism.
About Beyond Talk:
Cutting through the disinformation and myths often promoted by powerful forces with vested interests, Beyond Talk helps readers discover the core truths that so greatly impact their lives, environment, and loved ones, empowering them to take effective action.
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