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Pakistan Floods Made Worse By Climate Crisis and Inequality: Study

"As climate-related losses rapidly mount, global demands for climate justice will only grow," one expert said.

Julia Conley ·


'Europe Is Cooking': Records Smashed as Historic Heat Alert Issued

While fires rage and temperatures in Western Europe top the charts, the U.K.'s Met Office announced the first-ever red warning for extreme heat expected in the coming days.

Jessica Corbett ·


Landmark Inquiry in Philippines Backs Accountability for 'Climate-Polluting' Corporations

"The findings of the Commission on Human Rights are a vindication for the millions of people whose fundamental rights are being impacted by the corporations behind the climate crisis."

Jessica Corbett ·


'Just Stop Oil': Climate Activists Block 10 Terminals Across UK

"If we continue with fossil fuels, then we're... not gonna have a planet that we can live on," said one protestor who locked himself to an oil tanker.

Kenny Stancil ·


The Climate Emergency Is 'Now': Over 400 Weather Stations Set New Heat Records in 2021

Ten countries set or matched national monthly high temperature marks last year.

Brett Wilkins ·


'We Are in a Climate Emergency': Late-December Wildfires Ravage Colorado

"None of this is normal," said Colorado state Rep. Leslie Herod. "We are not OK."

Jake Johnson ·


Greed and Consumption: Why the World Is Burning

If we continue to talk about global warming without confronting the capitalist menace that generated much of the crisis in the first place, the conversation will continue to amount to nil.

Ramzy Baroud ·



'The IEA Is Starting to Get It': World Energy Body Praised for Finally Admitting Fossil Fuels Must Stay in the Ground

"Today's bombshell report from the International Energy Agency is easy to translate," said Bill McKibben. "Anyone who continues to engage or invest in fossil fuel development is wrecking the climate."

Kenny Stancil ·


Okavango, Oil Drilling, and the Tragedy of Africa

It is not too late for the governments of Namibia and Botswana to halt the race for an asset that is bound to get stranded as the world shifts away from fossil fuels. 

Nnimmo Bassey ·

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