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"If you live in New York and had produce during the pandemic, odds are that's because of these workers," said journalist Alex Press. (Photo: Teamsters/Local 202/Joint Council 16) News
Ocasio-Cortez, Sanders Lead Call for Solidarity With #HuntsPointStrike
"Essential workers should not have to go on strike for decent pay, and no worker should be threatened for exercising their constitutional rights."
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A malnourished child receives medical treatment at Al-Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen on December 13, 2020. (Photo: Mohammed Mohammed/Xinhua via Getty Images) News
'Famine Not Seen in 40 Years': UN Warns Pompeo Decision in Yemen Could Lead to Hundreds of Thousands—If Not Millions—Dead
"It literally is going to be a death sentence," said the World Food Programme chief about the U.S. Secretary of State's decision to label the Houthis a terrorist organization.
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A firefighter surveys the Bond Fire—started by a structure fire that extended into nearby vegetation—on December 3, 2020 in Silverado, California. (Photo: Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) News
With Dire Assessment, Scientists Warn Humanity in Denial of Looming 'Collapse of Civilization as We Know It'
"We aim to provide leaders with a realistic 'cold shower' of the state of the planet that is essential for planning to avoid a ghastly future."
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A dragonfly sits in reedbeds on the Isle of Grain on August 31, 2016 in Isle of Grain, England. (Photo: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) News
'Nature Is Under Siege': Scientists Sound Alarm About Insect Apocalypse
The lead author of the new research package notes that insects "are absolutely the fabric by which Mother Nature and the tree of life are built."
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Girls collect water from a well in Hajjah province, north Yemen on December 11, 2020. As a result of the U.S. State Department's decision, Oxfam noted, "humanitarian aid, goods, and personnel will be blocked from entering northern Yemen, where 70% of the population lives." (Photo: Mohammed Al-Wafi/Xinhua via Getty) News
'Wanton Cruelty': Pompeo to Declare Houthis a Terrorist Group, Sparking Fears of Worsening Famine in Yemen
Oxfam called the designation "a counter-productive and dangerous policy that will put innocent lives at risk."
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Global scientists on Wednesday issued a new warming about the need for bold climate action on six key fronts. (Image: Oregon State University/YouTube) News
One Year After Declaring Climate Emergency, Scientists Say 'Massive-Scale Mobilization' Necessary
"Aggressive, transformative change, framed against the backdrop of social justice, can ignite an enormous deployment that will let us avert the worst of the climate emergency."
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The "exclusion of undocumented workers in Nebraska from receiving vaccines is hypocritical, racist, cruel, and only helps spread Covid-19," said Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas). (Photo: Natalie Behring/AFP via Getty Images) News
'Barbaric': Nebraska Governor Puts Undocumented Meatpackers at Back of Vaccine Line
"Everyone deserves to be vaccinated, especially the workers who feed us—and essential workers have earned a fast-track to citizenship."
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Two children eat a food supplement at a government clinic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. (Photo: Prinsloo/UNICEF) News
Faced With Concurrent Crises, UNICEF Warns Millions of Children Threatened by 'Looming Famine'
"For countries reeling from the consequences of conflicts, disasters, and climate change, Covid-19 has turned a nutrition crisis into an imminent catastrophe."
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Trump Administration Rejects Scientists' Advice on Nutrition, Maintaining Guidelines for Sugar and Alcohol
"Again going against scientific advice, again failing the people they serve."
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Sarah Gattiker stores the 24,200th species of seed in the vault at Kew's Millennium Seed Bank, which now holds 10% of the world's wild plant species, on October 15, 2009 in Sussex, England. (Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images) News
'If You Own the Seeds You Own the Food System': Campaigners Demand Public Ownership to Counter Big Ag Privatization
"Empty shelves during the pandemic made clear, allowing huge corporations to 'own' seeds is a very bad idea!"
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