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Paving Path Towards Climate Goal, Denmark Sets World Record for Wind Power
'It shows that we can reach our ultimate goal, namely to stop global warming,' said climate minister.
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Corporate Fiction in the Age of GMOs
As the New Year begins, I feel compelled to reflect on how fictions and abstract constructions are ruling us; the nature of being and existence is being redefined in such fundamental ways that life itself is threatened. When corporations that were designed as legal constructs claim “personhood”,...
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Obama Promises Veto on Keystone XL Legislation
Environmental groups say 'good'—now kill the project for good
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Stopping the Biggest Corporate Power Grab in Years
How fighting back against one arcane, Nixon-era trade negotiating procedure could put a stop to a global corporate coup.
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In Utah, Tar Sands Opponents Who Engaged in Civil Disobedience Charged with 'Rioting'
Stemming from a protest last year, six of those arrested for trying to shut down tar sands operation now face the possibility of years in jail
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As Australia Battles Worst Wildfires in Decades, Call for Abbott to Act on Climate
Australian Greens leader: 'The Abbott Government has to stop climate denial.'
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Climate Deniers Employ Predatory Tactics in Fight Against Facts: Scientist
Michael Mann writes that the strategy 'is similar to what happens when a group of lions on the Serengeti seek out a vulnerable individual zebra at the edge of a herd.'
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Lipstick on a Pipeline: No Way 'Oil-Soaked' Congress Can Improve KXL
Posturing of Senate Democrats with clever Keystone XL amendments does nothing to impress pipeline opponents
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2015: The Year We Turn Away from Tar Sands
In 2014 Naomi Klein popularized the term “blockadia” in her book This Changes Everything using the term as a sort of catch-all to describe the grassroots insurgency emerging across the globe in the face of extreme energy development. This past year also saw the continued desperate push by tar sands...
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It's Not the Heat, It's the Stupidity.
The 114th Congress convenes this week. The last time a Congressional anti-science caucus was this strong may have been during the Scopes Monkey Trial ninety years ago. But that’s not the worst part of it: The folks who want to gut government research and deny climate change are virtually guaranteed...
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