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Energy news and analysis from The Nation
June 21, 2022
Stanford’s New School of Sustainability Is a Gift to Fossil Fuel Companies
The university seems set to replicate the mistakes of past climate research: soliciting oil and gas funding, while paying lip service to environmental justice.
June 21, 2022
Why This N.Y. Socialist Is Running on Climate
Sarahana Shrestha wants the public sector to supply the state’s energy. Will the idea help her win a state Assembly seat?
June 14, 2022
Letters From the June 27/July 4, 2022, Issue
The experience of evidence… The nuclear bandwagon…
June 10, 2022
The Price of Gas
EXXON: Profiting to the end!
June 9, 2022
The Green Transition Must Be Union-Powered
A conversation with scholar Matt Huber on climate strategy and class politics.
Sara Van Horn
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June 7, 2022
Two of the Trump Era’s Biggest Grifters Are Angling for a Comeback
Scott Pruitt and Ryan Zinke both left D.C. under clouds of corruption. Now they’re both running for higher office.
Thomas O. McGarity
June 6, 2022
The Baby Formula Shortage Is a Preview of a Coming Food Crisis
Unless governments transition off fossil fuels and limit global warming, food shortages and famine will become the norm.
May 31, 2022
The Biden Administration’s Kayfabe Cold War With China
Though the president’s “pivot to Asia” amounts to little more than saber-rattling, the risks remain very real.
May 27, 2022
Here in Poland, “Going Green” Means Burning Even More Coal
With parents and children struggling to breathe, climate activism is a matter of life and death.
May 26, 2022
The War on My Homeland Offers a Real Chance to Save the Planet
How stopping Putin’s fossil-fueled war in Ukraine could accelerate a green transition.