All Articles on Climate

Climate activist groups protest in front of the U.S. Supreme Court as oral arguments are heard in U.S. Forest Service and Atlantic Coast Pipeline, LLC v. Cowpasture River Assn. case, on February 24, 2020 in Washington, D.C. News
'Our Fight Is Not Over,' Say Green Groups After Supreme Court Clears Hurdle for Fracked Gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline
"We will take it to the courts, to the halls of power, and to the streets."
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That long term decline is because the filthy fossil fuel cannot compete with renewables which get cheaper by the day. (Photo: Marcel Kusch/picture alliance via Getty Images) Views
COVID-19 Crisis Accelerating "Long-term Decline of Coal"
Every day new renewables are coming on stream and the reality is we do not need coal for electricity generation.
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DNC's Climate Council Urges Party to Go Beyond Biden Plan, Calling for Fracking Ban and $16 Trillion Renewable Energy Investment
"The climate emergency is here. Democrats need to take the lead on confronting it."
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Experts Say $17.5 Billion Writedown by BP Prove Oil Giant Knows 'Reserves of Oil and Gas Increasingly Worthless'
"Big Oil is finally admitting what we've been saying for the last ten years: their reserves of oil and gas are increasingly worthless because there's no way to safely, or profitably, produce them."
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Solar workers install panels on the roof of a home in San Francisco, California on May 9, 2018. News
To Support 'Urgently-Needed Clean and Just Energy Transition,' 450+ Groups Demand Federal Regulators Rebuff Attack on Community Solar
Net metering must continue, the groups tell the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
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Rearranging the Deck Chairs on COVID, Race, Polls and the Great American Experiment
Now out-and-out ditching the work of the Democratic Experiment Wow. It turns out the only thing Bunker Boy's good at is bald-faced-and-headed denial: With chaos on all sides, he's virtually, increasingly throwing up his hands at the hard work of the American Democratic Experiment and repeatedly...
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Sunrise NYC, a climate activist group, rallies in front of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's office in Midtown Manhattan demanding that he support the Green New Deal. News
Research Shows 'Linking Climate Policy to Social and Economic Justice Makes It More Popular'
"The public wants a Green New Deal. The public wants green stimulus. The public wants to address inequality."
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Ireland and Norway endorsed the Basel Ban Amendment on eliminating the export of waste from rich to poor countries. Canada has refused to support the initiative, which became binding last year after 97 countries ratified it.  (Image: Canadian Foreign Policy Institute) Views
Canada Isn't the Right Choice for the UN Security Council
For progressive Canadians the message is simple: Better than the USA is not good enough.
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"The money that comes out of this bank literally kills poor people in the same community they’re operating in," said Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr. during the sit-in at a Chase Bank branch in Washington, DC. "There’s too many reasons to stop this madness." (Image: Hop Caucus) Views
All We're Asking Is to Let Us Live: Stop the Money Pipeline Now
If you continue to fund projects that are literally putting our planet, our existence on the line, and defining the existence of our children, then you have left us no choice: that we must put our bodies against the gears of the machine and bring it to a grinding halt.
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Black Lives Matter mural being painted on a street of Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo: Office of Congresswoman Alma S. Adams, Wikimedia Commons) Views
Black Lives and the Green New Deal
The Green New Deal is a vehicle for building the broad movement for structural change necessary to truly make Black lives matter.
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