All Articles on Climate

Aerial view of rail bridge taken down by a mudslide after the collapse of a dam at an iron-ore mine belonging to Brazil’s giant mining company Vale near the town of Brumadinho, state of Minas Gerias, southeastern Brazil (Photo: BNN) Views
Disaster Capitalism in Brazil: Mining Greed Produces a Horrific Death Toll
A mining disaster in the Brazilian town of Brumadinho
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The women of Congress in suffragette white. Twitter photo If you stayed understandably hunkered in your cave last night and can't summon the courage for more cogent analyses, the not-so-big news is the idiot monster read some words at us again. Immigrants: bad. Jobs: good. Socialism: maybe even...
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Each of us must navigate the uncertainty and upheavals ahead in our own way, following our personal compass. (Photo: via Earth Island Journal) Views
Living Like It Matters: Silver Linings in the Very Dark Cloud of Climate Catastrophe
Death offers wise and consoling advice if you have the courage to listen
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Belgian Environment Minister Forced to Resign After Falsely Claiming Student-Led Climate Strikes Part of Ghostly Plot
"Can we stop doubting the movement?" asked an organizer who's helped coordinate several huge climate action marches in Belgium in recent weeks
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Calling for 'Unprecedented and Urgent Action' to Solve Climate Crisis, Four Organizers Shut Off Valves at Enbridge Lines 3 and 4
"This is some serious climate leadership."
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Promoting 'Another Puppet for Corporate Polluters,' Trump Picks Former Oil Lobbyist to Head Interior Department
"The ethical questions surrounding David Bernhardt and his commitment to pandering to oil, coal, and gas executives make former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke look like a tree-hugging environmentalist."
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Demanding Lawmakers Forge 'Path Away From Climate Suicide,' Groups Kick Off Green New Deal Push
"We have no time to lose in the fight to avoid irrevocable climate chaos."
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As Michael Dell explained, "I feel much more comfortable with our ability as a private foundation to allocate those funds than I do giving them to the government." That's as arrogant as it gets. (Photo: Flickr) Views
Three Reasons Why the Super-Rich Should Embrace a 70% Tax Rate
There are several good personal reasons for wealthy Americans to reconsider the tax issue, to start focusing on the importance of a more equal society, and to trust the democratic system to make that happen
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'The Climate Crisis You Haven't Heard of': Even if Carbon Emissions Fall, a Third of Himalayan Ice to Melt by 2100
"Global warming is on track to transform the frigid, glacier-covered mountain peaks of the HKH cutting across eight countries to bare rocks in a little less than a century."
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It's Rosa Parks' Birthday. Let's Honor Her Legacy by Continuing Her Struggle!
Transit equity cuts across race, class, jobs, and climate. Let's get organizing.
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