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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.
May 25, 2022
Fossil Fuels Are a Threat to National Security
The youth movement urges President Biden to act—with or without Congress.
May 24, 2022
We Need International Cooperation to Fight Climate Change, Not War
The world’s ruling elites have chosen to place their geopolitical rivalries above all other critical concerns, including planetary salvation.
Michael T. Klare
May 23, 2022
What if the Wind and Sunshine Really Belonged to All of Us?
Only by taking a more radical approach to renewables—one inspired by American history—can we build the constituency needed to make climate justice a reality.
David McDermott Hughes
May 23, 2022
America’s Largest, Most Neglected Machine Could Be the Key to Radical Climate Activism
Most of us ignore the electrical grid, but it’s a crucial part of the transition to renewable energy capacity.
Jessi Jezewska Stevens
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May 19, 2022
Nations Are Nowhere on Their Climate Commitments, and Too Few Journalists Are Holding Them Accountable
At a time of many crises, new climate reporting from
shows just how far off-target we’ve come.
May 17, 2022
Biden’s Potential Next Climate Adviser Has Ties to Big Oil
Deputy adviser Ali Zaidi spent the Trump years at law firms that represented fossil fuel companies and private equity giants profiteering from the climate crisis.
May 11, 2022
Exxon Doubles Down on “Advanced Recycling” Claims That Yield Few Results
The petroleum company is under investigation for misleading the public while exacerbating the global plastic pollution crisis.
May 10, 2022
Russian Victory Day in Kyiv
Despite the sirens, and the speeches, the missiles never came.
May 2, 2022
The Climate Movement in Its Own Way
A straightforward “price on carbon” was once thought appealing to left and right alike. It is now abjured by both.