Environment | The Nation


World Governments Subsidize the Burning of Fossil Fuels to the Tune of $10 Million a Minute

According to a new IMF study, we’re subsidizing the digging of our own graves.

by Mark Hertsgaard

Union-led action on climate change has proliferated across the country.
Posted May 6 2015 - 1:40pm
The waters of the Gulf of Alaska are some of the most pristine in the world. That will change next month.
Posted May 21 2015 - 10:54am
BP agreed to a $7.8 billion settlement, but still hasn’t paid out most Gulf Coast businesses.
Posted Apr 15 2015 - 6:46pm


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