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Despite challenges from parts of both the labor and the environmental movements, which its sponsors had undoubtedly hoped would be among its strongest supporters, Markey and Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal resolution has gone a remarkably long way toward putting a genuine discussion of what an effective and just climate policy might look like in the public arena for the first time. (Photo: Emelia Gold) Views
Jobs, the Environment, and a Planet in Crisis
Unions vs. Environmentalists or Unions and Environmentalists?
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'Biggest Crisis No One Is Talking About': Quarter of Humanity Faces 'Extremely High Water Stress' Intensified by Climate Emergency
"A new generation of solutions is emerging, but nowhere near fast enough."
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'Youth and Workers Uniting Behind This Crisis': German Labor Union Urges 2 Million Members to Join Global Climate Strike
"This is leadership. Who will follow? The world is watching," said 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg
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We still have time to try and avert the scale of the disaster, but we must respond as we would in an emergency. (Photo: Martyn Aim/Getty Images) Views
The Terrible Truth of Climate Change
The latest science is alarming, even for climate scientists
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'Despair Ends and Tactics Begin': Extinction Rebellion Aims to Shut Down Brisbane With Mass Civil Disobedience
"Our rebellion must happen to disrupt the business as usual of a system that is accelerating the existential threat."
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It is clear that the Greenland ice sheet is rapidly responding to climate change, even faster than many scientists expected. (Photo: NASA/Maria-Jose Viñas) Views
Greenland's Ice Wasn't Supposed to Melt Like Last Week Until 2070
The Greenland ice sheet covers an area the size of Alaska with enough ice to raise global sea level by more than 20 feet.
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Top Scientist Says He Quit USDA Because Trump Admin Tried to Bury His Study on Climate and Nutrition
Rep. Chellie Pingree tweeted, "Once again, the Trump admin is silencing our scientists."
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Drastic Changes to Food Production and Consumption Needed to Save Planet From Catastrophic Warming, IPCC Reveals
"The case for moving towards a largely vegetarian or vegan diet gets stronger and stronger, quite apart from the moral issues about animal suffering."
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Seeing Color in Green Spaces: How to Increase Diversity in Conservation
Black Americans are underrepresented in conservation and outdoor retail careers. To change that, White employers need to apply their liberal values to the workplace.
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Speak the Name of Beauty
"So beneficial is exposure to the natural world that a new global movement has arisen to declare access to nature a human right."
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