All News Articles for 2015-03-10

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
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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Cheers! Two Dozen Craft Brewers Join Call for Climate Action
$246 billion industry faces multiple threats from global warming impacts
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In Latest Police Killing of Black Man, Victim Was Both Unarmed and Mentally Ill
Anthony Hill, 27, is the third unarmed African-American shot dead by police in last five days
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As Smoke and Flames From Latest Derailments Wane, Calls From Both Sides of the Border to Halt 'Bomb Trains'
Four oil train disasters in four weeks spark reflection into what 'affordable' energy costs are.
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In Challenge to the System, 10,000 Graduate Teachers Strike Against Toronto Schools
"We are striving to turn back a system that’s keeping contract faculty strung along on short-term, low-paid, precarious employment contracts," declared union chair
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'We Deserve Better': Lackluster UN Declaration on Women's Rights Draws Ire
Gender-equality declaration, formally adopted Monday, criticized as 'a bland reaffirmation of existing commitments' that 'threatens a major step backward'
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Ferguson "Debtors' Prison" Judge Resigns as State Supreme Court Takes Reins
All municipal cases to be transferred to county court as reforms begin after DOJ report
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Cruel and Inhuman: UN Slams US as Only Nation that Sentences Children to Die In Prison
Special Rapporteur Juan Méndez notes US policy violates international human rights law
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Wikimedia vs. NSA: Major Lawsuit Challenges Government Surveillance of US Citizens
'By tapping the backbone of the Internet, the NSA is straining the backbone of democracy.'
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Youth Visit Capitol Hill to School Lawmakers on Climate Change
First national poll of children on climate change found that 90 percent believe it is a man-made crisis
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Chemical Spill in Houston Channel Brings 'Uncertainty and Fear' to Local Residents
Ship collision leaks unknown quantities of gasoline additive into water
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iSpy: How the CIA Targeted Apple
New documents and reporting by The Intercept detail sustained attempt to break encryption of iPhone and iPad
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