Zoë Carpenter is a contributing writer for The Nation. She received the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism in 2018, and has been a finalist for the Livingston Awards and the National Awards for Education Reporting. Her writing has also appeared in Rolling Stone, Guernica, and various other publications. Follow her on Twitter @ZoeSCarpenter.
Following the release of the IPCC’s landmark global warming report, progressives should challenge the cruelty behind climate deniers” politics, not the weakness of their science.
The rules won’t affect current greenhouse gas emissions, but they set a framework for regulating carbon under the Clean Air Act.
On the fifth anniversary of the financial collapse, new Census data shows that the modest uptick in the economy has failed to reach poor- and middle-class Americans.
Will President Obama’s prime-time address tonight signal a real shift in the White House’s Syria policy?
On Wednesday, the Foreign Relations Committee passed an imprecise resolution authorizing the use of force in Syria.