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Climate deniers news and analysis from The Nation
November 25, 2022
Climate Change Should Have Dominated the Midterms. It Didn’t.
When you think about how an ever more overheated planet is going to affect our children and grandchildren, shouldn’t global warming have been right at the top of any list?
November 23, 2022
This Holiday Season, You Can Find Ways to Talk to Your Family About the Climate Crisis
Once you ask people about the ways they see the climate changing around them, many want to engage.
November 22, 2022
Students Tell Their Universities: Keep Fossil Fuel Companies Out of Climate Research
Amid COP27, members of the Fossil Free Research movement took action around the world, protesting the influence of Big Oil on crucial climate change studies.
October 31, 2022
Can the Midterm Elections Help Solve the Climate Crisis?
Climate organizers across the country are adding voter engagement work into their own advocacy. But electing Democrats is just a first step.
September 22, 2022
The White House Wants a Climate Denier Out as World Bank President
John Kerry backs Al Gore’s call to “get rid of” David Malpass at the world’s largest development bank.
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July 27, 2022
Republicans Shouldn’t Get a Pass on Climate
Joe Manchin only matters because all 50 GOP senators are willing to let the planet burn.
July 7, 2022
“Hell on Earth” Used to Just Be a Figure of Speech
When will the pain of climate change become too great to ignore any longer—and will it then be too late?
January 19, 2022
Why I Divested My Bank Account and You Should Too
I couldn’t accept doing business with one of the world’s greatest financiers of fossil fuels.
October 22, 2021
Who Will Be the Barbara Lee of the Next Great Disaster?
And will we believe her this time?
September 9, 2021
Big Oil’s Delay Tactics Are the New Climate Science Denialism
Academic researchers say the fossil fuel industry engages in “discourses of delay” to divert attention away from the crisis.