Category: Climate Change

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CJ Polychroniou: Ending the Fossil Fuel Era

The decarbonization ideals underlying the Green New Deal provide the only realistic way to halt global warming and build a sustainable, resilient, and equitable future

Robert Hunziker: Dangerous Heat Across the Globe

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration July 2021 was the hottest month in recorded history for the world

Norman Rogers: Unions Have the Potential and the Responsibility to Advance a “Just Transition”

The costs of achieving a green economy should not be borne by those who have suffered and been excluded by the injustices associated with industrialization

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Noam Chomsky: COP26 Pledges Will Fail Unless Pushed by Mass Organizing

Crucially, there is widespread understanding of the measures that can be take, quite realistically, to avert impending disaster and move on to a much better world

Peter Goodman: “Davos Man”

How Billionaires Devour the World & Fuel Global Inequality, Prolonging the Pandemic

Extinction Rebellion: Brazil Is On Fire

Healing the lungs of our home

Kenn Orphan: How a Battle in Nova Scotia Echoes the Global War for Our Biosphere

These battles can be won, but we must unite to fight them, and we must do it now before the madness of ecocide ends with the finality of extinction

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Bernie Sanders: Bernie Sanders: The Time for Senate Talk Is Over. We Need to Vote.

If we cannot pass a comprehensive piece of legislation, we should divide it up into separate bills and members of the Senate should have to vote on the very popular agenda we are fighting for. That’s how you win elections

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Jake Johnson: After Year One, Climate Group Says Biden ‘Failing Us’

“Biden can’t be the climate leader he claims to be when he is actively conducting major lease sales and lobbying oil states to produce more fossil fuels,” said the youth-led Sunrise Movement

Pepper Trail: A new predator stalks the West

Finally, we can — we must — embark on an urgent global effort to end the burning of fossil fuels within the next few decades. If we do not, the West will face year-round fire weather, and a future at the mercy of fire

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