Jake Johnson, staff writer
"We need governments around the world to speak up against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro—and put pressure on him to stop these devastating fires and protect the Amazon."
Julia Conley, staff writer
One critic called the proposal, which expands on Trump's claim that mental...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"If there is a project with serious alarm bells, it's this one."


Among those enraged at the failure of Democratic functionaries to approve a climate debate as the planet burns is Havana Chapman-Edwards, an African-American, 8-year-old powerhouse who argues, "We can’t make our world strong if we leave people behind." Fighting climate change isn't her first rodeo - a solo walkout against gun violence, a book club for kids of color - but it's key to her: "The world cannot wait. Kids like me cannot wait. I may be tiny, but my voice is not."

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