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'Tactics as Dirty as Their Oil': Leaked Docs Reveal TransCanada's Propaganda Plan
Documents show that oil and gas companies are placing serious resources of time, money, and personnel into countering the growing climate justice movement. "What this speaks to is that they are losing," says one campaigner whose group has been targeted by company strategy.
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No Time To Spare: Capitalism and Justice in the Age of Climate Change
In Review: Naomi Klein's This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate
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After Carrying Their Message Hundreds of Miles, Climate Walkers Reach Typhoon's 'Ground Zero'
People's Climate March inspired 'local environmental heroes in their own communities,' activist says
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Payback Time for the Big Polluters?
The 500,000 people who marched for the climate in New York and other major cities in September have passed the torch to the people in the Philippines. The People's Climate Walk is a 40-day, 1000 km journey from Manila to ground zero in Tacloban City where it will arrive on Saturday, 8 November—...
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The Unbearable Politeness of Being Gus Speth
Environmentalists have excelled at building big green groups while failing to protect the planet.
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What the Election Means for the Climate Movement
Tuesday’s election results were pretty bad. But when times get rough, it’s really important to remember to breathe, and focus on how we’re going to fix this problem together. Here’s my early sense of what this election means for the climate movement: 1. The fossil fuel industry knows it’s in a...
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The Time to Act is Now: IPCC Issues 'Final Word' on Climate Change
'In the starkest terms ever used, the scientific community is looking world leaders directly in the eye and demanding that they wake up.'
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Completing 3000 Mile Trek, Activists Descend on White House Demanding 'Climate Action Now!'
Great March for Climate Action rally kicks off week of protest against 'extreme energy'
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When the Act of Doing Speaks Volumes: Notes from the Great Climate March
It was my second day on the Great Climate March . I was in Macedonia, Ohio, just south east of Cleveland. The United Methodist Church had graciously opened its rooms and halls to more than 20 of us the night before. Some of the participants had walked from Los Angeles where the journey began on...
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Tar Sands Resistance Blowing Huge Hole in Oil Industry's Bottom Line: Report
'Business as usual for Big Oil—particularly in the tar sands—is over.'
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