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Environmental Justice news and analysis from The Nation
July 6, 2021
Stop the Enbridge Ecocide!
From Minnesota to Massachusetts, the Canadian pipeline company is engaged in crimes against humanity and the earth—abetted by state power.
June 14, 2021
We Don’t Need Science Fiction to Avert Climate Catastrophe
Europe is showing the world that a clean-energy transition is possible with existing technology.
April 8, 2021
Harvard’s Fossil Fuel Investments Aren’t Just Immoral — They’re Illegal, Too
If it’s wrong to destroy our futures, then it’s wrong for our universities to invest in that destruction.
March 17, 2021
Covering Young Climate Activists Isn’t an Act of Favoritism—It’s an Act of Journalism
Activists are newsmakers, just like politicians, and deserve accurate, rigorous coverage.
February 16, 2021
Bill Gates, Climate Warrior. And Super Emitter.
The billionaire’s new book, a bid to be taken seriously as a climate campaigner, has attracted the usual worshipful coverage. When will the media realize that with Gates you have to follow the money?
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February 12, 2021
Come Dream With Me: Environmental Justice, Colorized, 2021
Because my generation’s dreams cannot be deferred or denied any longer.
November 12, 2020
Jack Halberstam’s Call of the Wild
In an interview, the radical social thinker says the idea of “the wild” can help us dismantle our unjust world.
October 21, 2020
Will Union Workers Deliver Nevada For Biden?
UNITE-HERE! had 90 percent of its members laid off because of Trump’s bungling of the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, they are knocking on doors to elect Joe Biden.
October 12, 2020
The Hardest Thing About the Green New Deal
Three new books raise the question: What does global solidarity look like at this late hour?
September 25, 2020
Can Kentucky Slip the Industry Ties That Prevent Change?
Mitch McConnell’s state is at a climate crossroads—and it’s energizing young people to act.