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War on Science


'This Must Be Undone': Trump EPA Finalizes Anti-Science Rule to Limit Use of Public Health Research

"Trump's nightmarish giveaway to polluters will sicken millions of the most vulnerable people across this country."

Julia Conley ·

'Exploitation of a Pandemic to Reshape Immigration Law': Trump Order on Worker Visa Restrictions Sparks Outrage

"As long as the Trump administration is in office, they will continue to look for excuses to justify extending this ban."

Andrea Germanos ·

'We Are Climbing Rapidly Out of Humankind's Safe Zone': New Report Warns Dire Climate Warnings Not Dire Enough

"Climate change is now reaching the end-game, where very soon humanity must choose between taking unprecedented action, or accepting that it has been left too late and bear the consequences."

Jon Queally ·

'Among Stupidest Policies Yet Proposed,' Trump EPA to Lower Car Emissions Standards

"Weakening clean car standards is bad for the planet, public health, and the auto industry itself."

Jake Johnson ·

The Sneaky Ways Big Oil Misleads the Public With Money and Power

Big Oil lied to us for decades about climate change. And they've hid behind scientists, academics, and even "grassroots" groups to do it.

Mia DiFelice ·

The Enduring Tyranny of Oil: War, Inflation, Geopolitical Rivalry, and Soaring World Temperatures

Overcoming such a global phalanx of oil-industry defenders will require far more political muscle than the environmental camp has yet been able to muster.

Michael T. Klare ·

Voters Agree: Fossil Fuel Funding in Climate Research Is a Massive Conflict of Interest

Fossil fuel companies have been quietly leveraging their wealth to manipulate climate research.

Celina Scott-Buechler ·

The Intersection of Science and Faith: Finding Unity With the Poor People's Campaign

Working with the broadest range of allies, we must address the existential threats bearing down on us simultaneously, including our changing climate, threats to our democracy, and the threat posed by nuclear weapons.

Johanna Chao Kreilick ·

Let the Science Show: These Supreme Court Decisions Are Deadly for People and Planet

This month's Supreme Court decisions pushed science from the sidelines all the way back into the locker room.

Kristy Dahl ·

Remembering the Radical Roots of Earth Day

Set in the wider arc of history, Earth Day stands for me as a reminder of the importance of fact-based and community-grounded advocacy for moving the needle on inclusive, just environmental policy and practice.

Johanna Chao Kreilick ·

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