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Expanding on the momentum of the quickly growing national movement to hold JPMorgan Chase accountable for its central role in funding the global fossil fuel industry, dozens of New York residents with the organization Rise and Resist, with co-sponsor Rainforest Action Network, stormed the bank's new headquarters in central Manhattan on November 20, 2019 demanding an end to its massive financing of the climate crisis. (Photo: Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images) News
'Wall Street Is a Primary Villain' in Climate Crisis, Analysis Shows
DeSmog 's investigation found that at least 65% of directors from 39 global banks had 940 connections to "climate-conflicted" industries.
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A man receives a Covid-19 vaccination shot on April 6, 2021 in Juba, South Sudan. The country received 132,000 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine via the World Health Organization's COVAX program. (Photo: Andreea Campeanu/Getty Images) News
'We Must Do More': Hundreds of Advocacy Groups Urge Biden, G20, and IMF to Increase Pandemic Aid
"Unless we take immediate action to solidify more aid and relief, we face lost decades of development and millions more will suffer."
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The Global Climate and Health Alliance marked World Health Day on Wednesday with a call for governments to learn from the coronavirus pandemic and make health policies a central part of climate commitments and action. (Photo: Ronen Tivony / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images) News
Coalition Calls for 'Building a Fairer, Healthier World' Through Climate Action
"The Covid-19 pandemic has taught us that health must be part and parcel of every government policy—and as recovery plans are drawn up this must apply to climate policy."
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President Joe Biden visited Pittsburgh on March 31, 2021, where he discussed his administration's American Jobs Plan. (Photo: Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images) News
Nearly Two-Thirds of US Voters Back Corporate Tax Hike to Fund Biden Infrastructure Plan
Support for the American Jobs Plan's proposed 7% corporate tax increase ranged from 42% among Republicans to 85% of Democrats.
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Heavily armed and camouflaged police officers stand by their armored vehicle on November 4, 2016 in Wilmington, Ohio. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) News
Dozens of House Dems and Progressive Groups Push Biden to Curb Militarization of Police
"It is absurd that the Pentagon has so much funding they can send their 'excess' weaponry to police departments around the country. We need to demilitarize our police and defund the Pentagon now."
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Frances Taplett says goodbye to her daughter, Claire, 5, while dropping her off with Debra Davis, the director of the Whitehead Institute at Bright Horizons in Cambridge, Massachusetts on August 13, 2020. (Photo: Craig F. Walker/The Boston Globe via Getty Images) News
Beyond Bridges and Roads, Bowman Makes Case for 'Care Infrastructure'
"What we need to understand better as a nation is that our infrastructure does not just look like steel, concrete, and transport—it is also the nurturing, patience, and diligence of care workers."
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Construction workers make infrastructure repairs on April 6, 2021 in New York City. (Photo: Michael M. Santiago via Getty Images) News
73% of US Voters—Including 57% of Republicans—Back Biden's $2.25 Trillion Infrastructure Plan: Poll
A new survey shows that "every major aspect" of the Democratic president's plan to rebuild the country has majority support, regardless of party affiliation.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) and dozens of House Democrats introduced the We the People Amendment—which would reverse the Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling and end corporate personhood—on April 6, 2021. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) News
Jayapal, House Dems Propose Constitutional Amendment to End Corporate Personhood
The Washington Democrat said the proposed amendment "ends corporate constitutional rights, reverses Citizens United , and ensures that our democracy is really of the people, by the people—not corporations."
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Electric induction stovetops are more energy-efficient, healthier, and safer than gas ranges. (Photo: Dennis Schroeder via National Renewable Energy Lab). News
Electrifying US Buildings by 2050 Would Be Like Taking 65 Million Cars Off Road: Report
"A new technological revolution is underway to replace fossil fuel heating and cooking with electric technologies."
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Climate campaigners disrupt then Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden during a campaign event on October 9, 2019 in Manchester, New Hampshire. (Photo: Scott Eisen/Getty Images) News
Sunrise Plans Dozens of Actions Nationwide to Demand Jobs Guarantee, $10 Trillion Infrastructure Plan
"With so much work to be done, there's no reason anyone in the richest country in the history of the world should be unemployed, underemployed, or working a job that isn't in the national interest."
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