Jason Mark

Jason Mark is the author of "Satellites in the High Country" and the editor in chief of SIERRA, the national magazine of the Sierra Club.

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Sunday, April 22, 2018
Will Courts Hold Oil Companies Accountable for Climate Change Disasters?
The attorney for Chevron Oil was attempting a classic bit of courtroom performance: Offer a stunning admission — then make a protest of innocence. "Chevron accepts the scientific consensus regarding climate change," Theodore J. Boutrous Jr., an attorney for the California-based oil giant, said last...
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Tuesday, May 12, 2015
The Green Energy Revolt
Debbie Dooley is mad as hell. Since 2012, the fifty-six-year-old grandmother and former IT consultant has been waging a fierce grassroots battle against her home state utility, Georgia Power, to make it easier and cheaper for homeowners to install rooftop solar panels. Now, she’s working with...
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Thursday, September 20, 2012
Bill McKibben’s Rolling Stone Article Was a Hit — So Why Didn’t It Make a Splash?
Have you seen the numbers on Bill McKibben’s numbers? If you follow environment-related news (and even if you don’t), there’s a good chance you’ve read Bill McKibben’s recent Rolling Stone article, Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math .
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Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Talkin’ ‘Bout My Generation: Young Green Activists for a Warming World
The global headquarters of the international climate justice campaign 350.org is located on the fourteenth floor of a random building in downtown Oakland, California. Though "global headquarters" might be over-stating things: The offices consist of three rooms with worn carpeting and a collection of reclaimed desks arranged in a Tetris-like pattern.
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