Climate Justice

After the G7 Summit, Germany’s Climate Envoy Says Rich Countries Are Still Falling Short

Jennifer Morgan is candid: G7 countries need to do more to halt the climate emergency and address the spike in world hunger. 

Mark Hertsgaard

Food Prices Are Up. A "Bean New Deal" May Be the Answer.

With prices for poultry and beef continuing to rise, the government should ease spending on meat and pay farmers to plant beans.

Matthew Miles Goodrich

Can’t Stand All the Political Heat? Escape to the Park.

Many cities have Frederick Law Olmsted to thank for these spaces.

Katrina vanden Heuvel

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Gabriela Bucher

A Windfall Tax on Covid Profits Could Ease the Catastrophic Food Crisis

A levy on food and fossil fuel giants could save lives now and help create a sustainable food system, says Oxfam head Gabriela Bucher.

Fiona Harvey
Native Growers Can Help the US Meet Its Climate Goals. Will the New Farm Bill Offer Enough Support?

Native Growers Can Help the US Meet Its Climate Goals. Will the New Farm Bill Offer Enough Support?

A conversation with Carly Griffith Hotvedt about the Native Farm Bill, traditional Indigenous knowledge, and environmental conservation.

Danielle Renwick
Left, a man speaks into a microphone. Right, a woman speaks into a microphone.

“Handshake Activism” Won’t Defuse the Climate Emergency

We need to mobilize many more people from all walks of life, say climate activists Kumi Naidoo and Luisa Neubauer.

Bill McKibben

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