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Environmental Justice news and analysis from The Nation
November 15, 2022
Rich, Polluting Nations Must Pay Up
As a bare minimum, a windfall tax on the combined profits of the largest oil and gas companies needs to be enacted.
November 4, 2022
Black Friday: A Good Day to “Make Amazon Pay”
And “peak season” is the right time for coordinated actions.
October 25, 2022
Mike Davis: 1946–2022
A brilliant radical reporter with a novelist’s eye and a historian’s memory.
September 27, 2022
The Mississippi Water Crisis Is the Tip of the Global Disaster to Come
Extreme weather will put a strain on global water supplies.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
September 9, 2022
The Planetary Stakes of the Brazilian Election
If Jair Bolsonaro remains in power—legally or illegally—his government will sabotage the global campaign to slow climate change.
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August 19, 2022
Trying to Keep the Roof on in Louisiana’s Cancer Alley
While the petrochemical industry keeps blowing it off.
August 12, 2022
The Climate Crisis Is Changing Our Concept of Home
Climate journalist and author Madeline Ostrander on finding stability on a burning planet.
August 11, 2022
Does the Climate Bill Throw Environmental Justice Under the Bus?
And three more questions about the biggest climate legislation in US history.
July 6, 2022
Why We Accepted a Thousand Acres of Land Back From New York State
As Onondaga, we view this as only the first step toward a broader acknowledgement of our land rights.
July 1, 2022
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.