All News Articles for 2015-01-16

Friday, January 16, 2015
Deep Democracy: Can it Help Solve the 'Wicked Problems We Face Today'?
New report says an empowered citizenry could help make food sovereignty—a food system of, for, and by the people—practical and real
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It's Official: 2014 Ranks as World's Hottest Year on Record
2014 marked 38th consecutive year of above-average global temperatures.
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Humans Have Brought World's Oceans to Brink of 'Major Extinction Event'
But 'proactive intervention' could still avert marine disaster, researchers find
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As Residents Enter Second Day Without Water, Future Uncertain for Canadian City After Diesel Spill
Longueuil may face legal action as 230,000 people wait for drinking water
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Q&A: Reading The New York Times With Naomi Klein
'Imagine,' says journalist and author, 'if every foreign correspondent was told that covering the impact that climate change was having on conflict and economics was part of the job.'
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Explosive Rates of Mass Incarceration Called Major 'Civil Rights Issue of Our Time'
Study shows how tough-on-crime laws 'could be maintained only because of the dual legal system developed from the legacy of racism in the United States'
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Without Evidence, Boehner Claims NSA Spying Helped Foil DC Terrorist Plot
Less than five months before the program comes up for renewal, Speaker claims: 'We would have never known about this had it not been for FISA'
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Man Cries 'My Body Is On Fire' as Oklahoma Carries Out Execution
State killing of Charles Warner is first since 'botched' lethal injection last year
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Bowing to Monsanto, USDA Approves New GMO Soy and Cotton Crops
‘This continues the disturbing trend of more herbicide-tolerant crop approvals taking place under President Obama’s watch.’ — Wenonah Hauter, Food & Water Watch
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That Was Easy: In Just 60 Years, Neoliberal Capitalism Has Nearly Broken Planet Earth
Pair of new studies show how various forms of human activity, driven by a flawed economic system and vast consumption, is laying waste to Earth's natural systems
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