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With the climate strikers marching on their front feet—and the old guard caught retreating on its heels—we have a clear opportunity to achieve a true systems change. (Photo: Peg Hunter/flickr/cc) Views
A Recession Is Coming. When It Does, We Need to Demand a Green New Deal.
Having squandered the last crisis, we cannot make the same mistakes again. A Green New Deal is the only reasonable response.
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'Without Encryption, We Will Lose All Privacy': Snowden Condemns US, UK, and Australian Push for 'Backdoor' Into Facebook Messaging Apps
"Should they succeed in their quest to undermine encryption, our public infrastructure and private lives will be rendered permanently unsafe."
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After Shell CEO Claims 'We Have No Choice' But to Invest in Fossil Fuels, McKibben Says, 'We Have No Choice But to Try and Stop Them'
With "overwhelming evidence that we are on the brink of climate and ecological collapse," executive's comment elicits intense rebuke
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Too much profit rests in the balance for them to stop their prolonged execution of the human race. (Photo: Shutterstock) Views
Just 100 Companies Will Sign Humanity’s Death Warrant
Basically, a tiny number of sociopaths make the decisions that are currently dooming us all, and as much as I’d like to tell you otherwise, those people don’t even notice if we all march outside in colorful hats.
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Acting 'On Behalf of Life,' Extinction Rebellion Defies Blanket Ban on Climate Protests in London
"They take these actions to protect an establishment that is criminally negligent in its inaction on ecological and climate breakdown. We rebel against a broken system."
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 A man holds a sign against the International Monetary Fund during a demonstration in solidarity with Ecuadorian people at the Embassy of Ecuador on October 14, 2019 in San Salvador, El Salvador. (Photo by Camilo Freedman/APHOTOGRAFIA/Getty Images) Views
The IMF Convenes in Washington, Deaf to the Suffering It Causes Across the Planet
What the people of the world want it clear: democratic control of their economies. The International Monetary Fund continues to stand in their way.
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Newest Nobel Economics Laureates Praised for Experimental Research Into Poverty—and Their Work's Real-World Impact
The work of Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer "has great potential to further improve the lives of the worst-off people around the world," the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said.
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Global Climate Strike in London on March 15 2019. (Photo: Flickr/Gary Knight. Public Domain) Views
What INGOs Can Learn From Greta Thunberg and the Global Climate Strikes
Combining analysis, outrage and active citizenship can build and sustain large-scale public engagement.
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Citing 'Moral Duty to Take Radical Action,' Over 700 Scientists Endorse Mass Civil Disobedience to Fight Climate Crisis
"We believe that the continued governmental inaction over the climate and ecological crisis now justifies peaceful and nonviolent protest and direct action, even if this goes beyond the bounds of the current law."
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Celebration of the Ecuadorian Indians on 13 October 2019 in Quito, Ecuador, after Lenin Moreno issued the decree 883 on a national network. News
In Victory for People's Movement, Ecuador Protests End With Government Capitulation on Fuel Subsidies
"We want peace for our brothers and sisters in this country. We don't want more repression."
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