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Will Podemos Rescue Spain's Unemployed Youths?
Earlier this year, the electoral victory of Syriza in Greece marked the first government elected within the troubled eurozone to finally say no to European officials who for years have been pressing for less government spending and for sweeping economic reforms to remake Europe. While many thought...
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A Clean Energy Future Is Possible: A Message for the 4th Anniversary of Fukushima
'The Fukushima disaster shows us exactly why we cannot and should not try to rely on nuclear energy to solve the climate crisis.'
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For Truth and Honor's Sake: I Will Show You Change, and It Will Not Include George Bush
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From Below: Campaign Aims to Foster Popular Uprising Against Crisis of Inequality
'We live in a time of profound crisis, a time where virtually everywhere, nearly all systems and institutions fundamental to society — political, economic, social and religious — at best fail to meet people’s needs and at worst cause widespread suffering.'
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Can We Start Talking About Food and Agriculture In the Runup to Paris?
Food production is responsible for a big chunk of global greenhouse gases, while climate change is already having a significant impact on food production. It’s also the site of struggle between a small handful of big agribusiness corporations seeking to shore up the control of global food...
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Looking for Leaders on Climate? Follow the Women Farmers
Across the globe, countless women are standing up to the ravages of climate change – and to the governments and big businesses who are allowing it to destroy the world
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Building People Power Before the Paris Climate Summit
Since international climate negotiations began a quarter of a century ago, annual greenhouse gas emissions have increased by 60 percent. As we approach yet another climate summit this November in Paris, the question for the climate protection movement is not just, can some kind of agreement be...
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Thousands March with Urgent Message in London: 'Time To Act on Climate!'
'Governments must wake up to the fact that millions of people around the world are calling for an end to our fossil fuel dependency.'
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You Have Nothing To Lose But Your Rhinestones: Kids Choose Commie-Themed Prom
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Under the Dome: Trying To Save This Whole System We Call Home
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