The Tam News

Ecomats: Turning trash into comfort

(Images courtesy of Genevieve Durham and Alyssa Broad)
By Alyssa Broad December 18, 2020
The process of making one mat can take hours, but the end result is worth it. “We donate the mats to Saint Vincent De Paul Society of Marin."

Oat Milk Outrage

(Claire Conger)
By Claire Conger September 20, 2020
After learning of Oatly's less than savory partnership with Blackstone, I've turned my back on the brand in favor of Califa Farms.

Ways to make it look like you care about climate change

(Tenaya Tremp)
By John Overton March 3, 2020
Realistically, how much do you actually care about climate change? But you still don't want to get in trouble for being a "bad person," so this article will teach you how to fake it.

Parks Conservancy begins Bothin Marsh Restoration Project

A pole in the Bothin Marsh Open Space Preserve showing projected sea level rise by designated years. (Johanna Meezan)
By Claire Conger November 14, 2019
Over the next 10 years, the Bothin Marsh Open Space Reserve sea level is predicted to rise 10 inches.

PG&E conducts power shutoffs throughout California

The Marin County Fire Department administers a controlled burn in San Rafael. (Ethan Swope)
By Summer Solomon and Johanna Meezan November 11, 2019
Over three million people lost power, and Tam was closed for four days.

We must speak for the trees

(John Overton)
By Claire Finch November 7, 2019
A comparison between the classic book and the global crisis we are currently facing.

Editorial: Burn notice

(Tenaya Tremp)
By Editorial Staff October 19, 2019
Our house is on fire. Absent global action on an unprecedented scale, it will stay that way.

Submerged

Submerged
By Logan Little December 13, 2018

No place is immune to climate change—and sea level rise is quickly bringing its effects to Marin It was an early overcast morning on December 3, 2014 and Mill Valley was gridlocked. Following a major...

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