Climate Justice

What’s at Stake in the UAW Strike

With so much riding on the outcome, it’s time for labor and its supporters—from the White House to the grass roots—to play for keeps.

Jane McAlevey for The Nation

The Kids Are Telling Us Very Clearly That They Are Not Alright

When young people are worried about the world that their future children and grandchildren will inhabit, something has gone deeply wrong.

Stan Cox

Exclude Fossil Fuel Firms From COP 28 if They Only Want to Obstruct

“My patience ran out,” said Christiana Figueres, who for years had advocated for oil companies to be involved in policymaking talks.

Dharna Noor

Covering Climate Now

Activists lie down during a 'Rally for Climate Sanity' outside Calgary's Town Hall in opposition to the 24th World Petroleum Congress Opening Ceremony, on September 17, 2023, in Calgary, Canada.

Making Climate the Everything Story

The news media needs to stop treating climate change as a niche topic—and start treating it as the most important story of our time.

Mark Hertsgaard and Kyle Pope
Demonstrators hold up signs and props at the 2022 COP27 U.N. summit

How to Stop the Spread of Climate Disinformation

Governments should make companies alter the algorithms that amplify climate falsehoods.

Erika Seiber and Michael Khoo
A South Korean climate activist at the COP27 climate conference in Egypt, wearing a face mask reading

A Soundtrack for the Climate Emergency

A stunning new cover of the 1960s anthem “Eve of Destruction” tops a collection for a world on fire.

Mark Hertsgaard

Covering Climate Now

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