All Articles on Climate

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) attends the fourth day of the Supreme Court confirmation hearing for nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill on October 15, 2020 in Washington, D.C. News
As Feinstein Steps Down as Top Judiciary Democrat, Sunrise Movement Demands She Go One Step Further: 'Resign'
"Feinstein lost all credibility when she showed she was more willing to treat with contempt 11-year-old climate activists demanding a livable future in her office, than the Supreme Court nominee who refused to say whether she would uphold the laws that would give that future a fighting chance."
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Then- Vice President Joe Biden laughs as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry introduces him to speak during the 2016 International Women of Courage Forum at the State Department, March 29, 2016 in Washington, D.C. News
From 'Alarming Red Flag' to 'Something We Can Work With,' Campaigners Respond to Kerry as Biden Climate Envoy
"This is an encouraging commitment, but it is not enough."
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Climate activists and many economists say governments should be funding a Green New Deal, not fossil fuel bailouts. (Photo: Andrew Hart/Flickr cc) News
"Time to Cut Dirty Energy's Lifeline": Report Details How Fossil Fuel Industry Feasted on Covid-19 Relief Programs
"By artificially delaying the industry's inevitable decline at taxpayers' expense, the government has made it that much harder to make the necessary transition to clean energy sources."
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PacifiCorp's coal fired power plant burns coal outside of Castle Dale, Utah on November 14, 2019. (Photo: George Frey/AFP via Getty Images) News
'No Time to Lose for Climate Action': Atmospheric CO2 Continued to Rise in 2020 Despite Covid-19 Lockdowns
The World Meteorological Organization called for "more sustained and ambitious climate action to reduce emissions to net zero through a compete transformation of our industrial, energy, and transport systems."
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Sharing the Landscape: Gator and Gunner Come To An Agreement, More or Less
Screengrab The macro view of things remains dark - plague raging, planet burning, evil clowns blustering - so we're gonna start the week with a serendipitous alligator wrasslin' match where all parties involved swam, scampered and staggered away. Wildlife surveillance cameras in Estero, Florida...
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"System change, not climate change" is written on a banner at a rally of the climate protection movement Fridays for Future before the start of a human chain in Berlin in October 2020. (Photo: Annette Riedl/picture alliance via Getty Images) News
Climate Action Nonprofit Launches 'Clean Creatives' Campaign Aimed at Pressuring PR and Ad Firms to Cut Ties With Fossil Fuel Clients
"PR and ad agencies pollute the airwaves so that fossil fuel companies can pollute the atmosphere."
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At G20, Only India Is On Track to Meet Goals for Keeping Global Heating to 3.6° F
Although most of India's electricity and heating now comes from carbon-intensive coal, the country has big plans to transition to renewables.
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"As the Arctic warms twice as fast as the rest of the planet, it is irresponsible to permit new oil development that will only exacerbate the problem of climate change," said Dan Ritzman, director of the Sierra Club's Lands, Water, Wildlife Campaign. (Photo: vitstudio/Shutterstock) News
Trump Administration Accused of Trying to Bully Banks Into Financing Arctic Fossil Fuel Extraction
"Contrary to the claims of oil-backed politicians, banks don't want to finance more drilling in the Arctic not because of some vast liberal conspiracy, but because it's bad business," said a Sierra Club leader.
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These are lives lost, lives turned upside down, forever changed by storms made much worse by climate change. But these storms are not alone this year.  (Photo: NOAA) Views
Crisis, What Climate Crisis? Oil Majors Still Sitting on Tens of Billions of Barrels of Undeveloped Reserves
If these are developed we will face more hurricanes ripping communities and lives apart as our climate emergency intensifies. It did not have to be this way. It should never had to be that way.
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Renewal, if it’s to occur, might have to start with the two political parties. Both are at evolutionary dead ends. (Photo: coolloud/flickr/cc) Views
The Real Plan? To Make America Ungovernable
Neither party is equipped to reach across the divides that separate Americans, and the political system is set up to make it nearly impossible for a third party to take root.
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