Category: Resources

Gretchen Goldman: As Arkema Plant Burns

Petrochemical Risks in the Wake of Harvey

Mike Harman: Looting is essential for survival

Looting is a rational response to disaster situations and price gouging. Liberals would prefer people to dehydrate, starve, or drown, while food rots underwater

Michael T. Klare: America’s Carbon-Pusher in Chief

Trump’s Fossil-Fueled Foreign Policy

Juan Cole: One day in May

On one day in May, Italy met 87% of its electricity production needs from renewables

Dahr Jamail: Navy Introduces Toxins to Drinking Water

Washington State’s Whidbey Island already has problems with inadequate water supplies. Located in Puget Sound, the residents have to face a long, dry summer with no aquifer replenishment and ongoing threats of saltwater intrusion. But now they have to deal with the US Navy introducing toxic chemicals into Whidbey Island’s public and private wells, particularly Read more…

Juan Cole: Germany at 35% Renewables

So far this year, over a third of German electricity has come from wind, solar, biomass and hydro, at 35%. That is 2 percentage points higher than in 2016

Juan Cole: Oil is a Worthless Commodity

Saudi’s Crown Prince Knows It

Juan Cole: Coal in Death spiral

India cancels 14 gigs, and Solar prices Plummet

H. Patricia Hynes: How the Light Gets In

In the northern Great Plains, likely the richest wind regime in the world, the potential of tribal wind power exceeds 300 gigawatts across six states

John Feffer: The Hunger President

There are now 1.4 million children at risk of dying from famine. No one apparently has shown Donald Trump, or his daughter Ivanka, any photos of these at-risk children. So, the U.S. president is comfortably ignoring this statistic.

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