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Environmental disasters news and analysis from The Nation
May 31, 2022
Want to See the Future of Climate Politics? Look to Australia.
The way in which climate concerns have occupied Australians’ politics should serve as a warning to American Democrats.
March 31, 2022
The Climate Crisis Doesn’t Acknowledge Borders
Without collective action aimed at creating a carbon neutral world by 2050, we’ll all lose this fight.
March 29, 2022
For the Sake of Humanity, Let’s Abandon American Exceptionalism
It’s useless in the face of climate change.
March 23, 2022
Who Drives the Climate Train?
As both its victims and its drivers, humans could, at least theoretically, apply the brakes on the locomotive.
Jane Braxton Little
March 22, 2022
Peace on Earth? Not Likely, It Seems.
As it turns out, our leaders have done all too good a job of providing options for ending the world.
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March 7, 2022
We Live in a World of Displacement
The number of people forcibly displaced by war, persecution, general violence, or human rights violations last year swelled to a staggering 84 million—a number only expected to grow.
February 17, 2022
Amazon Warehouse Workers Want to Feel Safe
At a rally at the facility where a tornado killed six people, protesters from across the region demanded better protections for workers.
January 27, 2022
Chevron’s Prosecution of Steven Donziger
Documents reveal a close collaboration between the oil giant, its law firm, and the “private prosecutor” who sent the environmentalist lawyer to federal prison.
January 25, 2022
The Tularosa Downwinders Have Waited 75 Years for Justice
Even though the first atomic bomb exploded in their state, New Mexicans were never compensated for the health consequences of nuclear contamination. These campaigners have vowed to change that.
December 31, 2021
Happy New Year, It’s Sure Been Weird
I wouldn’t even try to sum up this bizarre year of ours.