Category: Ecology

Robert Hunziker: Fukushima Flunks Decontamination

The Abe government is desperately trying to clean up and repopulate as if nothing happened

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Jeremy Brecher: This Is What Insurgency Looks Like

The action denied the right of the existing powers and principalities – be they corporate or governmental – to use the authority of law to justify their destruction of the earth’s climate

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Noam Chomsky: Almost a death knell for the human species

Interview on why Brexit is unimportant, why Trump’s climate change denial is catastrophic – and why revolution is easier than you think

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Sue Sturgis: N.C. produces flawed study to dismiss cancer-cluster fears near Duke Energy coal plants

Is it surprising that people living near these plants report unusual patterns of illness?

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Paul Street: Break Free or Burn in Hell: a Message From Canada

We cannot depend on the carbon-caked corporate and financial powers that be

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Juan Cole: Will Climate Change make the Mideast Uninhabitable & trigger mass exodus?

Researchers at Germany’s Max Planck Institute and their scientific partners have found that even with just a 3.6 degree average rise in global temperatures, parts of the Middle East could become too hot to live in. Warming won’t be even around the world. Some places will warm more and faster than others. The Middle East Read more…

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Jeremy Brecher: Using the “Public Trust” to frame “Break Free From Fossil Fuels” Actions

What if we defined ourselves – to the movement, the public, and the courts – not as criminals but as law-enforcers trying to halt governments and corporations from committing the greatest crime in human history?

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Marsha Coleman-Adebayo: The Flint Chess Game: The Politics of the Battlefield

Thousands of Flint citizens were poisoned with hundreds of children facing a life-time of medical and intellectual challenges

Jon Mitchell: Contamination at Largest US Air Force Base in Asia: Kadena, Okinawa

Documents reveal how years of accidents and neglect have polluted local land and water with hazardous chemicals including arsenic, lead, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), asbestos and dioxin

Pete Dolack: No Planet for Optimism

When it comes to global warming, what else don’t we know? What science does know, and what it can infer from studying archeological records, already makes anybody who thinks the long-term habitability of Earth is more important than short-term profits very worried.

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