Category: Climate Change

Asoka Bandarage: Change The System – Not The Climate

We are seeing the realities of climate change: rising temperatures, declining Arctic sea ice, extreme weather events, heatwaves, wildfires, floods, droughts, stronger storms and hurricanes and so on. According to UN estimates, there will be 1 billion ‘climate refugees’, i.e. victims of disasters induced by climate change in the world by 2050. India is now Read more…

Various Contributors: Beyond Extreme Energy Responds to Sen. Barrasso’s Attack

These McCarthyite, fear-mongering tactics are uncalled for and a pose a threat to constitutionally protected free speech

Kara Moses: 2016 is the year of climate disobedience

A season of record-breaking milestones in the fight against climate change

Noam Chomsky: The Doomsday Clock

Nuclear Weapons, Climate Change, and the Prospects for Survival

Jeremy Brecher: Union Members Don’t Oppose Environmental Protections. They’re Actually More Likely To Support Them.

A study shows that the remarkable tendency of unions to support environmental policies and even to take the lead in environmental efforts is not an aberration

Naomi Klein: Let Them Drown

We need integrated solutions, solutions that radically bring down emissions, while creating huge numbers of good, unionised jobs and delivering meaningful justice

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

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

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

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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