Alison Rose Levy

Alison Rose Levy

Alison Rose Levy is a New York-based journalist who covers the nexus of health, science, the environment, and public policy. She has reported on fracking, pipelines, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, chemical pollution, and the health impacts of industrial activity for the Huffington Post, Alternet, Truthdig, and EcoWatch. 

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In erasing both the Green New Deal, and the Sunrise Movement and its diverse group of energized young people across American,  Moore and company vilify climate leaders and remedies, boosting population control, and chooses consumerism over systemic change. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
Thursday, April 30, 2020
What’s Michael Moore’s Actual Agenda?
As a climate voter and reporter, no matter who gets criticized, I applaud anyone with a bona fide analysis of why and how we are losing the war on climate. But I’m not a fan of superficial analysis, manipulation of people’s beliefs, scapegoating, or hidden agendas. That’s why I think that Planet of...
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Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) (L) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) interact during a break at the Democratic presidential primary debate at the Charleston Gaillard Center on February 25, 2020 in Charleston, South Carolina. (Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images) Views
Tuesday, March 03, 2020
A Final, Super Tuesday Appeal to Warren Voters
Now is the moment to unite the progressive vote to assure a win for progressive policies. The establishment's hopes to overrule the voter results and instate a corporate candidate at a second-round brokered DNC convention makes clear that Super Tuesday is an all-progressives-hands-on-deck for this...
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Clinton’s combination of entitlement, arrogance and low self-esteem have prevented her from taking stock. (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images) Views
Thursday, January 23, 2020
End of Blame Game: Sanders (and His Supporters) Helped Hillary Win Popular Vote in 2016
A recent article that compiles different sources of voter data from the 2016 election permanently debunks the myth that Sanders and his voters were responsible for Clinton's defeat— and reverses it. With over 74% of Sanders followers taking Bernie's lead to vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016, Sanders...
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A firefighter attempts to residential areas from encroaching bushfires in the Central Coast around 90-110 kilometres north of Sydney, Australia on December 10, 2019. Views
Friday, January 03, 2020
Australia’s Tragedy Is a Cautionary Tale for the US Presidential Election
Australia’s Tragedy is a Cautionary Tale for the U.S. Presidential Election A window has opened so that people everywhere can get a live glimpse of one powerful version of the collective future towards which current societal vectors drive us. Through that window, we see Australia burning. Will we...
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When citizens blind themselves to a news organization’s corporate entanglements, and trust the outlet to be truthful anyway, it is, to put it mildly, extraordinarily naïve. (Photo: CBInsights) Views
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
The Incredible Belief That Corporate Ownership Does Not Influence Media Content
As Sen. Bernie Sanders ( CJR , 8/26/19 ) has recently noted, corporate ownership of media interferes with the core societal function of the press: reporting and investigating key issues at the intersection of public need and governance. And nowhere is that more critical than when it comes to...
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As part of a New Food Deal, we could erase these inequities by shifting land use, investment, and subsidy patterns away from corporate giants and towards regenerative agriculture’s local networks of farmers and food growers. (Photo: Public domain) Views
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
How Regenerative Agriculture Could Be Key to the Green New Deal
With the 2018 mid-term election and the prospect of 2020, people are finally beginning electing more climate realists over fossil fuel apologists. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and her band of newly elected progressive congresswomen, and Bernie Sanders, the most popular politician and likely...
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Sunday, September 30, 2018
Believing in Activism Is How We Win
Over the last few weeks, Senator Jeff Flake (R-Arizona) has been conflicted and waffling about the Kavanaugh vote. The moment when Ana Maria Archila co-executive director of the nonprofit Center for Popular Democracy Action confronted him in the elevator of the Senate office building appears to be...
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Thursday, March 31, 2016
A Fukushima on the Hudson?
It was a beautiful spring day and, in the control room of the nuclear reactor, the workers decided to deactivate the security system for a systems test. As they started to do so, however, the floor of the reactor began to tremble. Suddenly, its 1,200-ton cover blasted flames into the air. Tons of...
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