Bill McKibben

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Power lines are cast in silhouette as the Creek Fire creeps up on on the Shaver Springs community off of Tollhouse Road on September 8, 2020 in Auberry, California. (Photo: Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
A spokesperson for CAL FIRE called the news "unnerving," noting that "September and October are historically our worst months for fires."
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
People prepare to board a bus for evacuation before the arrival of hurricane Laura in Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 25, 2020. Storm Laura was upgraded to a destructive hurricane on August 25 and is forecast to make landfall along the Texas or Louisiana coasts on Wednesday night, after earlier causing 20 deaths in Haiti."Laura has become a hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph (120 km/h), with higher gusts," the US National Hurricane Center reported. (Photo: Andrew Cabellero-Reynolds/AFP via G
"The Green New Deal is not radical," said Sen. Bernie Sanders. "Having a...
Julia Conley, staff writer
"Big Oil has fallen. Our job is to make sure they don't take us down with them."

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You thought Keystone was bad? If approved, Keystone will emit about 24.3 million tons of greenhouse gases, or 1.2 billion over its 50-year life. If approved, two mega coalmines in Australia will emit triple that, or 3.7 billion tons. In honor of that appalling figure and an upcoming National Day of Divestment, action groups have released a great video announcing the coal industry's new Fuck You policy, a "philosophy where we are able straddle the dichotomy between what we know is true and how...