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Fossil fuels news and analysis from The Nation
April 20, 2021
Humanity Faces a Climate Emergency—Shouldn’t That Be News?
A sense of catastrophe has faded even as the environmental emergency has intensified.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
March 1, 2021
Biden’s Tough Stance on China Will Lead to Global Climate Doom
To tackle the climate crisis, Biden should build an alliance with China aimed at collective survival.
Michael T. Klare
December 16, 2020
How to Defeat the Fossil Fuel Industry
Making it harder to build more pipelines and gas-powered plants will help make the Green New Deal and a livable planet so much more possible.
October 20, 2020
Trump Is Butchering Our Regulatory Infrastructure
Recent rules changes lock into place weaker environmental, workplace safety, and labor standards, and escalate the assault on legal immigration.
October 19, 2020
How Climate-Driven Disasters Threaten Climate Progress
As climate change fans the flames of wildfires up and down the West Coast, those same fires also endanger efforts to combat climate change.
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August 21, 2020
When It Comes to Climate Change, It’s Joe Biden Versus the DNC
The Democratic presidential nominee knows that halting fossil fuel subsidies is imperative. Why doesn’t the DNC?
Tamara Toles O’Laughlin
April 23, 2020
Want to Slow the Climate Crisis? Don’t Use Single-Use Plastics.
The fossil fuel industry is dependent on our plastic dependency. We can starve it.
April 16, 2020
Fossil Fuel Companies Are Suffering Under the Coronavirus. Good.
If fossil fuel companies and their financial backers are scared now, then they should be terrified of what’s to come.
April 3, 2020
The Covid-19 Crisis Is Exposing Trump’s Criminality
His rollback of fuel efficiency standards, continued construction of the border wall, and refusal to reopen ACA enrollment will kill people.
March 22, 2020
From Globalization to Regionalization?
The world after the coronavirus pandemic is likely to be a very different place.
Michael T. Klare