Climate Justice

Fossil Fuel Companies Are Donating Millions to Skew University Research

A new report from Data for Progress and Fossil Free Research examines the influence Big Oil and other polluters have in higher education.

Abby Saks and Phoebe Barr

The End of the World Has Always Been Just Around the Corner

We’ve been predicting the world’s final days from the very beginning—it now just seems closer than ever before.

Tom Engelhardt

A Meditation on Trans-Species Love

The Nation spoke with Shaunak Sen, whose film All That Breathes follows a bird hospital in New Dehli and the monumental mission of saving a city’s dying black kites.

Jasmine Liu

Covering Climate Now

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
Parkland students help register voters in Tallahassee in July, 2018.

Can Gen Z Save the Midterms for Democrats?

Progressive organizers predict a “youth wave” election-night surprise.

Mark Hertsgaard

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