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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) attends a news conference to discuss a comprehensive plan to address the immediate humanitarian needs in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and ensure that the islands are able to rebuild in a way that empowers them to thrive on November 28, 2017 in Washington, D.C. News
Speaking in Puerto Rico, Warren Says, 'With Trump, Cruelty Not an Accident' But 'Part of the Plan'
Puerto Rico, says Massachusetts senator, is "a clear example of how well the federal government works for Wall Street" but not for everyone else
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'Despicable': Wells Fargo Bashed for Plans to Cash In on Global Climate Crisis
" Rather than scheming about how to make more money off of the climate crisis, Wells Fargo should stop making the problem worse and divest from the dirtiest fuels on the planet."
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Pastoralists living in the Ewaso Ngiro river basin in central Kenya dig for water on April 4, 2017. News
New Study Shows Climate Crisis Could Mean 'Time Bomb" for World's Groundwater
"In many parts of the world," said one researcher, "changes in groundwater flows due to climate change could have a very long legacy."
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As Americans Increasingly Bear 'Real Costs of Climate Crisis,' Polls Show Soaring Realization of Global Warming's Threat
Extreme weather events and suffering they cause beginning to put dents in "ongoing multi-billion dollar deception campaign" put forth by the fossil fuel industry
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Some 22% of Denmark’s electricity is produced by wind turbines, but the country intends to increase that proportion to 50% by 2025, only six years from now. (Photo: AXEL SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images) Views
Copenhagen to be 1st Carbon Neutral City by 2025 and Other Wind Energy Good News Stories
Denmark, Costa Rica, and India are pioneering crucial models to avoid the worst effects of our climate crisis
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The corporate forces that have commodified the natural world for profit have also commodified human beings. (Photo: Mr. Fish) Views
Confronting the Culture of Death
When we pit ourselves against the culture of death—and this means performing acts of civil disobedience and noncompliance, it means becoming an outlaw in the eyes of the corporate state—then suffering, and even death, does not have the last word
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'We Are Watching the Ice Sheet Hit a Tipping Point': Greenland Melting Even Faster Than Feared
"The only thing we can do is adapt and mitigate further global warming—it's too late for there to be no effect."
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The System’s Falling Apart: Were the Dogmatic Marxists Right After All?
With our political system in lockdown and our natural world under global threat, we need to look—as some have argued for decades—"beyond capitalism"
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Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. News
As New Analysis Shows Global Elite's Wealth Surge, Davos Forum Urged to Address Climate Crisis
"No global gathering should take place without those in attendance committing to do everything in their power to meet this opportunity to hold climate warming to below 1.5 degrees."
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Demonstrators participate in a protest march over agricultural policy on January 19, 2019 in Berlin, Germany News
35,000 Hit Streets of Berlin to Demand Agricultural Revolution
"This protest shows that the desire for a different agricultural policy is now undeniable."
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