Climate Justice

What if the Wind and Sunshine Really Belonged to All of Us?

Only by taking a more radical approach to renewables—one inspired by American history—can we build the constituency needed to make climate justice a reality.

David McDermott Hughes

Exxon Doubles Down on “Advanced Recycling” Claims That Yield Few Results

The petroleum company is under investigation for misleading the public while exacerbating the global plastic pollution crisis.

Amy Westervelt

The Climate Movement in Its Own Way

A straightforward “price on carbon” was once thought appealing to left and right alike. It is now abjured by both.

Charles Komanoff

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Walter Cronkite

“Act or Die”: Earth Day, Still a Question of Survival

If a point of view is inevitable in journalism, let ours be one that favors defusing the catastrophic climate threat to our planet.

Mark Hertsgaard and Kyle Pope
Blue State Activists Are Working to Decarbonize Trillions

Blue State Activists Are Working to Decarbonize Trillions

And they don’t need Joe Manchin’s permission.

Nathan Newman
A woman lights a candle at a vigil.

Press Freedom Is an Essential Climate Solution

The climate emergency demands more and louder coverage—and that journalists be free to provide it.

Giles Trendle

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