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Japan's New Environmental Minister Calls for Closing Down All Nuclear Reactors to Prevent Another Disaster Like Fukushima
"We will be doomed if we allow another nuclear accident to occur."
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A climate activist holds a sign reading 'Youth strike 4 climate' in front of a banner reading 'Climate justice' during a Fridays For Future strike for climate protection that is part of 'SMILE for Future' event. More than 450 young climate activists from different European countries gathered to attend the summit 'SMILE for Future', that stands for Summer Meeting in Lausanne Europe. The aim of the summit is to reinforce the links between the participants of the European Youth Climate Strike movement and to d Views
Unions: We Must Back the Climate Strike!
Now is the time to show the next generation that unions are the force for progressive change in the 21st Century.
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Warnings That 'Lives Will Be Lost' After Right-Wing Supreme Court Allows Trump Asylum Ban to Take Effect
"The Supreme Court is giving a green light to this administration to continue its inhumane treatment of vulnerable people."
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'Morally Bankrupt and a Black Mark on America': Trump Condemned for Refusing to Grant Protected Status to Bahamian Hurricane Victims
"Let's be clear: This decision is racist and cruel. We should grant Temporary Protected Status to Bahamians fleeing Hurricane Dorian," said Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
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'We Must Be Bolder Than Ever': Labor Federation Representing 30 Million Workers Calls on All Unions to Join Global Climate Strike
"We cannot let the vital idealism of this new generation be poisoned by cynicism and doubt. This is our last chance. They are our last chance. We must stand with them."
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Mourning at today's 9/11 ceremony. Getty Image The monsters in power have marked another 9/11 anniversary with their usual grace and gravitas. Trump whined about the polls and the press, lied once againabout the bigly amount of rubble he heroically cleaned up that day, and boasted about me me me...
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New Report on Trans Mountain Pipeline Highlights 'Dangerous' Construction Hot Spots
"Canadians taxpayers—who are the ones paying for this multi-billion dollar pipeline—have a right to know the impacts that construction will have on communities and the environment."
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A laborer working on a new detention center being built for people who are not included in a "citizens register" in Kadamtola Gopalpur village, in Goalpara district, some 170km from Guwahati, the capital city of India's northeastern state of Assam. News
'Red Flag for Whole World': Undocumented Workers in India Fear They May Soon Be Prisoners in Detention Camps They Are Building
"This is the world that the global war on terror made."
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A picture taken on July 4, 2019 shows a blood-stained stretcher following a reported airstrike on a hospital in the village of Kafr Nabl, in the southern Idlib province. News
US Forces May Have Committed War Crimes in Syria: UN Report
The conflict, now in its ninth year, "continues to torment civilians who bear the brunt of hostilities"
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 One should avoid wrecking key ecosystems, but if the energy payoff is sufficiently high, it still might be worth doing, because if climate change is not stopped the ecosystem will be wrecked anyway. (Photo: Illustrated | Spencer Platt/Getty Images, Screenshot/The New Yorker) Views
What It Will Take to Actually Fight Climate Change
The technology is very largely there. All that is missing is the energy, commitment, and international coordination.
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