All Articles on Climate Change

Protesters outside the Canadian consulate in New York City rally against the Coastal GasLink Pipeline and in solidarity with the Wet'Suwet'en First Nations people on February 18, 2020. (Photo: Erik McGregor/LightRocket/Getty Images) News
Anger and Confusion After Facebook Suspends Environmental and Indigenous Groups' Accounts Ahead of Pipeline Protest
"Facebook is actively suppressing those who oppose fascism and the colonial capitalists," said one First Nations activist.
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Newly-published research from Oxfam International reveals that the wealthiest 1% of the world's population is responsible for more than twice as much CO2 pollution as the bottom half of humanity. (Photo:isciencetimes.com) News
Highlighting 'Extreme Carbon Inequality,' Oxfam Study Shows World's Richest 1% Emit More Than Twice as Much CO2 as Poorest 50%
"The over-consumption of a wealthy minority is fueling the climate crisis, yet it is poor communities and young people who are paying the price," said study author Tim Gore.
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'Mandatory for Anyone With an Ounce of Awareness': Climate Coalition Calls on New York State to Divest From Fossil Fuels
"We believe we must speak up in the face of the planetary emergency precipitated by the climate crisis."
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Oil pumps in operation near Arnegard, North Dakota. (Photo: Tim Evanson/Flickr/cc) News
'Gross Mismanagement' of Public Lands: Trump Administration Urged to Cancel Planned Sales for Oil and Gas Drilling
Environmentalists have decried the administration's attempts to expand drilling and fracking as "breathtakingly vicious."
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Research Reveals Ancient Peat Bogs Burning and Unprecedented Emissions From 2020 Arctic Fires
Arctic fires have emitted 35% more carbon dioxide this fire season than in all of 2019.
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Evacuees sit in the back of a Louisiana National Guard truck waiting to leave after Hurricane Laura passed through the area on August 27, 2020 in Lake Charles, Louisiana. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) News
In Wake of Laura's Devastation and Amid Pandemic and Heat Wave, Calls Emerge to 'End Climate Silence'
Hurricane has left residents without power during a deadly heat wave while lack of running water and offline air quality monitors intensify Covid-19 threat, yet climate change is not mentioned once by ABC, CBS, and NBC.
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Smoke rises from a burning chemical plant after the passing of Hurricane Laura in Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 27, 2020. Hurricane Laura slammed into the southern US state of Louisiana Thursday and the monster category 4 storm prompted warnings of "unsurvivable" ocean surges and evacuation orders for hundreds of thousands of Gulf Coast residents. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) said "extremely dangerous" Laura would bring winds of 150 miles per hour and "destructive waves will cause catastrophic da News
Poverty and Petrochemicals Converge as Hurricane Laura's Devastation Exposes Entire Gulf Coast as 'Sacrificial Zone'
"The devastation wrought by Hurricane Laura is staggering. Climate denial is not a victimless crime, and it’s time for the fossil fuel industry to be held accountable."
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Sunrise Movement activists gathered at the U.S. Capitol for the D.C. Climate Strike on September 20, 2019 call for a Green New Deal. (Photo: Stephen Melkisethian/Flickr Creative Commons) News
'Underwhelming and Inadequate': Green Groups Slam New Senate Democrats' Climate Report
The Green New Deal is mentioned only once in the 263-page report—in the footnotes.
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'What's Radical Is Doing Nothing': Attacked as an Extremist, Sanders Condemns GOP for Ignoring Climate Crisis at Convention
"It would be a moral disgrace if we left to future generations a planet and that was unhealthy, unsafe, and uninhabitable."
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Resident Alyssa Medina reacts while looking over the charred remains of her family home during the LNU Lightning Complex fire in Vacaville, California on August 23, 2020. (Photo: Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images) News
'What Stage of Capitalism Is This?' Hedge Fund $3 Billion Richer Thanks to Wager on Wildfire Insurance Claims
With over 100,000 people displaced by wildfires raging across California, Baupost Group collected more than $3 billion in July after betting on insurance claims against embattled utility company PG&E.
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