Category: Resources

Hadas Thier: A Chance to Transform Energy Production

Now is the opportunity to move away from oil extraction and build a rational system of clean energy

Juan Cole: Lowest Solar bid in World History

Coal is typically estimated at 5 cents a kilowatt hour at the lowest, with natural gas these days a little less. Neither of them can compete with a solar cost of 1.35 cents a kilowatt hour

David Helvarg: How Did We Get From Earth Day To Trump?

Fifty years after the first Earth Day, the connection between the environment and human health has never been more obvious

Manuela Tobias: Food Industry in Disarray

Farmers forced to let crops rot and throw away milk while food bank demand soars

Jen Moore: Guatemalan Water Protectors Persist, Despite Mining Company Threats

This month a peaceful resistance movement marks eight years of struggle against a gold mining project that threatens scarce water supplies.

Sarah Donahue: Clean energy produced on Navajo land could help power Los Angeles

Los Angeles needs other sources of renewable energy to reach the goals outlined in the 2019 Green New Deal, which aims to make the city 55% dependent on renewable energy by 2025 and fully dependent on renewables by 2045

Ralph Nader: American Fuhrer—Corrupt Rampage Against Americans

Whether it is the air you breathe, the water you drink, the vehicles you ride in, or the toxins in your workplace, Trump’s corporatist wrecking crew is running federal agencies into the ground

Ramzy Baroud: Pipeline or a Pipedream

Israel, Turkey Hydrocarbon Conflict is Brewing in the Mediterranean

Leah Penniman: Black Farmers Are Embracing Climate-Resilient Farming

Communities of color are on the frontlines of climate change

George Monbiot: Lab-grown food will soon destroy farming – and save the planet

Scientists are replacing crops and livestock with food made from microbes and water. It may save humanity’s bacon

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