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Greenhouse Gases

War Is Not an Excuse to Ignore Climate Change War Is Not an Excuse to Ignore Climate Change

Don’t let the oil and gas companies fool you.

Apr 1, 2022 / Stan Cox

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You Can’t Isolate the Food Crisis From the Climate Crisis You Can’t Isolate the Food Crisis From the Climate Crisis

Interrupted food exports from Russia and Ukraine could have disastrous consequences for regions that are already food insecure due in part to climate change.

Apr 1, 2022 / Covering Climate Now / Andrew McCormick

The Climate Crisis Doesn’t Acknowledge Borders

The Climate Crisis Doesn’t Acknowledge Borders 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.

Mar 31, 2022 / Andrea Mazzarino

A car sits in front of a burned apartment building and pile of rubble. A soldier stands in front of the car.

Russia’s War in Ukraine Has Shattered the Old World Order Russia’s War in Ukraine Has Shattered the Old World Order

As a new Iron Curtain threatens to divide Europe, progressives must face the dangers of a resurgent militarism—and seize the opportunities to advance our priorities.

Mar 31, 2022 / Editorial / Michael T. Klare for The Nation

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The Ongoing Russian Resistance to Putin’s War The Ongoing Russian Resistance to Putin’s War

Reports on the opposition to war inside Russia: What’s happened since February 27, 2022.

Mar 28, 2022 / Finley Muratova

A person holds a sign the colors of the Ukranian flag with a slogan about an embargo of oil and gas

Starve the Putin War Machine—and Save the Climate Starve the Putin War Machine—and Save the Climate

Long overlooked, energy conservation is the best and fastest way to end the world’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels.

Mar 28, 2022 / Paul Hockenos

Exclusive: Ukraine’s Defense Intelligence Chief Warns of “Real Hell” for Russians

Exclusive: Ukraine’s Defense Intelligence Chief Warns of “Real Hell” for Russians Exclusive: Ukraine’s Defense Intelligence Chief Warns of “Real Hell” for Russians

Brig. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov’s warning that Russia was about to invade his country was widely dismissed—until the war began. So his latest predictions about the course of what is turn...

Mar 25, 2022 / Nicolas Niarchos

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We Don’t Need to Go Back to Cold War Spending—We’re Already There We Don’t Need to Go Back to Cold War Spending—We’re Already There

Before Washington embarks on a new Cold War, it’s time to remind ourselves of the global consequences of the last one.

Mar 25, 2022 / William D. Hartung, Nick Cleveland-Stout, and Taylor Giorno

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The Racism and Incoherence of the World’s Asylum Systems The Racism and Incoherence of the World’s Asylum Systems

The humane response to Ukrainian refugees shows that a radical new path for caring for the vulnerable is possible.

Mar 24, 2022 / Naureen Khan

Peace on Earth? Not Likely, It Seems.

Peace on Earth? Not Likely, It Seems. 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. 

Mar 22, 2022 / Tom Engelhardt

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