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Environmental Activism news and analysis from The Nation
June 9, 2017
This Weekend, Demand That Your City Act on Climate
People across the country will gather to demand that their cities and states commit to the goals of the Paris Agreement and beyond.
June 8, 2017
A Brutal Expulsion in Guatemala Shows How Neoliberalism Gets Greenwashed
Government and big media portray it as a conflict between squatters and conservationists, but it’s just as much about extraction, displacement, militarization, and narcotics.
June 7, 2017
How Harvard Divestment Was Won
Our first meeting in 2012 drew 10 people. In two years, over 70,000 people had signed on to our campaign.
June 5, 2017
It’s Time for Cities to Take the Lead in the Struggle Against Climate Change
Now that the US has abdicated its role in the fight against climate catastrophe, cities must join together to save the planet.
June 2, 2017
How the States Can Still Fight Climate Change—Without the Federal Government
If states can raise taxes on socially detrimental substances like alcohol and tobacco, they can certainly do the same for greenhouse emissions.
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June 1, 2017
Donald Trump’s Withdrawal From the Paris Accords Is a Crime Against Humanity
This is murder—even if Trump’s willful ignorance of climate science prevents him from seeing it as such.
June 1, 2017
Bob Massie Is Putting Climate and Democracy at the Center of the Massachusetts Governor’s Race
If this racial-justice and climate activist wins the nomination, he’ll be on the ballot along with Senator Elizabeth Warren.
May 22, 2017
True Climate Justice Puts Communities of Color First
Black and brown communities have long borne the brunt of our addiction to fossil fuels—and now they are leading the fight for a post-carbon economy.
May 18, 2017
After Promising a ‘Fair Hearing’ on Monuments, Secretary Zinke Shuts Out the Public
As the Interior Department considers unprecedented changes to protected lands, avenues for public input have been curtailed.
May 2, 2017
What We Can Learn from Our ‘Radical’ Past
The clashes of the past teach us that we must stay committed to a cause bigger than any one person and be willing to fight for years to come.
Katrina vanden Heuvel