All Articles on Climate

Greta Thunberg and Tokata Iron Eyes stand at the head of a climate march in Rapid City, South Dakota on Monday. News
En Route to Standing Rock, Greta Thunberg Holds Up 'Struggles of All Indigenous Peoples in Protecting Their Land, Water, and Traditions'
A day after speaking with Tokata Iron Eyes on a climate panel, the pair led a march in Rapid City, South Dakota.
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Biodiversity-based agriculture is not just a climate solution, it is also a solution to hunger. (Photo: Manipadma Jena / IPS)  Views
We Need Biodiversity-Based Agriculture to Solve the Climate Crisis
We need to move from oil to soil.
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Dutch police arrested Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists News
'Get On the Streets. And Bring Everybody': Extinction Rebellion Kicks Off Two Weeks of Global Action
"We only get one planet and so we're here to try and defend it."
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"It is our sacred duty to rebel in order to protect our homes, our future, and the future of all life on Earth." (Photo: Mr.Fish) Views
Time to Rebel
The corporate forces that have seized control of our political and economic systems will, unchecked, drive us into extinction for profit. All we have left is nonviolent, disruptive civil disobedience. A rebellion.
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'This Is Not What Democracy Looks Like': Outrage as London Police Use Battering Ram to Raid Extinction Rebellion Building
"These tactics are very questionable and are arguably infringing on our rights to peaceful protest, and indeed our efforts to preserve people's right to life."
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Dying Wildlife on a Warming Planet
If fish decline, so does a food source for humans and the water birds that feed on fish, and as insect pollinators decline, so do our crops and the plants around us.
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Merging 'Loyalty to the Oil Industry' and 'Grudge Against California,' Trump Opens 725,000 Acres to Fossil Fuel Drilling
"Turning over these spectacular wild places to dirty drilling and fracking will sicken Californians, harm endangered species, and fuel climate chaos."
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thawing permafrost in Siberia News
Report Shows 'Stunning and Dramatic' Scenes of Thawing Permafrost in Siberia That 'Leaves Millions on Unstable Ground'
"Rivers are rising and running faster, and entire neighborhoods are falling into them."
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Flooding in the author's neighborhood, Houston, September, 2019. Views
Lessons from Hurricane Harvey, for a Still-Flooded Houston
As Imelda’s floodwaters drain from my hometown, I observe a discourse around Harvey’s two- year anniversary constrained by a presumed opposition between the needs of humanity and the forces of nature—as though the two were in mortal combat.
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Free Speech: Use It or Lose It
Photos from Freeway Bloggers Awash in what Charlie Pierce calls our national, sputtering, demonic "John Le Carré novel starring the Marx Brothers" - now at its "smoking arsenal" stage - it's comforting to remember the resisters out there. Since the Bush era, tireless Freeway Bloggers largely in...
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