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  • Gedicks: Brazilian Tailings Dam Disaster: Is Wisconsin Next?

    On January 25, 2019, a 28-story high tailings dam in Brumadinho, in southeastern Brazil failed, releasing almost 3 billion gallons of sludgy mine waste

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    Brecher: Climate Jobs for All

    Building Block for the Green New Deal

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    Engler: Destroying Civilization

    Is it simply business as usual or a corporate conspiracy to destroy the planet? However one characterizes it, our planet is being cooked so already wealthy people can make even more profit

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    Fitz: Nuclear Power & Climate

    The great environmental challenge of our time is to understand that the many sources of biodestruction are interconnected and must be confronted simultaneously, rather than disparaging one danger to focus on another

  • Kelly: Fifteen Years of Pipeline Spills

    5,475 days, 527 pipeline spills: that’s the math presented in a new report from environmental groups Greenpeace USA and the Waterkeeper Alliance examining pipelines

  • Emanuele: Reflections From Standing Rock

    On Monday, December 5, close to 1,000 veterans marched to the front lines of the barricades in a symbolic protest. Without question, the gesture was visually striking and significant, but it wasn’t why most of the veterans came to Standing Rock

  • La Duke: Public Servants or Corporate Security?

    So you joined law enforcement or the National Guard because...

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    Polychroniou: Global Warming and the Future of Humanity

    There is good reason to believe that we have already entered the Sixth Extinction, a period of destruction of species on a massive scale

  • Lunstrum: Marketing Wildlife

    There are similarly devastating impacts of markets, including not only worsening economic meltdowns (e.g. 1998, 2000-01, 2008) but also the ideology now known as the financialization of nature, which is based on the view that a market problem, like the threat of extinction posed by poachers, can be treated best with a market solution

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    Sturgis: Texas Billionaire Behind the Pipeline Standoff

    Over the Labor Day weekend, security guards for a petro pipeline company used attack dogs and pepper spray against Native Americans resisting construction of a $3.8 billion pipeline through North Dakota, a project they say is desecrating land sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux

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