All Articles on Climate

"The oil industry may be dying, but it will still pollute us for decades after its death." Views
A Dying Industry is Leaving A Deadly Legacy
An important new investigation examined the issue of the shocking state of over three million abandoned oil and gas wells in the United States.
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"In the OECD they should be doing advanced liquid fuels, green hydrogen, waste-to-value, renewable natural gas, and geothermal energy. Be bold or slowly decay." (Photo: Pixabay/CC0) Views
Will BP Finally Succeed at Moving Beyond Petroleum? To Survive, It Must.
The founder of SunEdison discusses what the future holds for BP and other major oil and gas companies that are looking to transition.
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For RBG: Today We Grieve, Tomorrow We Fight
In a year that just takes and takes, the sudden death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg - " the most important feminist lawyer in the history of the American Republic - has broken many, at least for now. And that was before the vile Mitch McConnell besmirched the void she left behind by vowing, within...
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'Climate Floods. Climate Droughts. Climate Fires': Interactive Map Illustrates How Planetary Crisis Threatens Every Corner of US
Digital project allows Americans to recognize the "most significant climate threat unfolding" in their own backyard.
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A child waits next to jerry cans and aid packages as Yemenis displaced by conflict receive humanitarian aid provided by the Abs Development Organisation in the northern province of Hajjah on September 17, 2020. (Photo: Essa Ahmed/AFP) News
Amid Pandemic and Endless War, 170+ Global Organizations Urge World Leaders to 'Recommit to Peace Today'
"Our hearts go out to those suffering today, in the sober knowledge that this may turn out to be but a foretaste of the disruptions that may arise in the years to come."
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As Advocates Demand Media 'Cover the Crisis,' Poll Shows Voters Want Comprehensive Reporting on Climate Crisis
"To give voters the information they need to make political decisions in an increasingly chaotic world, the media must cover the climate crisis with the accuracy and urgency it deserves."
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'Delay, Distract, and Derail': New Report Reveals How Plastic Polluters Have Avoided Regulation Worldwide for Decades
"This report is a damning exposé of the tactics employed by the plastics industry and shines a welcome light on the shadowy world of corporate lobbying."
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" We need a new climate narrative that sets out a road map for a renaissance of thinking and action, not a new series of dystopian chronicles that paints our climate emergency as a roadside attraction," writes Biggers.  (Photo: Rainforest Action Network/flickr/cc) Views
We Need a New Climate Narrative: Not a Dystopian Movie, but a Vision of Hope, Change and Empowerment
In a season of fire and storm, we need more than fables of apocalypse. There's real hope, if we can seize it.
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A person looks at a flooded neighborhood as Hurricane Sally passes through the area on September 16, 2020 in Pensacola, Florida. The storm is bringing heavy rain, high winds, and a dangerous storm surge to the area. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) News
Bolstering Calls for Climate Action, 'Mutant Sloth' Hurricane Sally Leaves Major Mess for Gulf Coast
"The planet, it's screaming to us," said one expert. "When are we going to start listening?"
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"Trump’s right-wing base and leading Republicans are in lockstep with both types of denial. They embrace the most absurd claims about climate ... And they refuse to recognize or deplore his autocratic moves," writes Solomon. (Photo: Oil Change International/Twitter) Views
Trump’s Climate Denial Gains Strength If We’re in Denial About His Neo-Fascism
Climate change is an emergency. And so is Trumpism. Flames are approaching what’s left of democratic structures in the United States.
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