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News and Analysis from The Nation on Sustainability
February 14, 2017
Progressives Need to Get Over Themselves and Support This GOP-Backed Carbon-Tax Plan
Purist objections scuttled Washington State’s market-friendly carbon tax plan in November. Let’s not let that happen at the national level.
December 27, 2016
The Industry Where Black Women Earn 42 Cents for Every Dollar Earned by a White Man
Organizing within the food-supply chain is only going to get more important under a Trump presidency.
December 21, 2016
The Alliance for Prosperity Will Intensify the Central American Refugee Crisis
Conceived without the participation of civil-society groups, the chief goal is to advance elite US and Northern Triangle business interests.
December 1, 2016
Here’s How States and Cities Can Fight Climate Change and Inequality in the Trump Era
Let’s make polluters pay for carbon reduction and invest the revenue in disadvantaged communities.
Robert B. Reich
November 29, 2016
‘All Resistance Is Local’: A Plan of Progressive Action for the Trump Years
Here’s how states and cities can lead the fight against the Trump administration—and build a new political order.
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November 4, 2016
Will Florida Voters Be Duped Into Killing Solar Power?
A Florida ballot initiative is written in pro-solar language—but its actual meaning is far more sinister.
November 3, 2016
How a Somali-American Muslim Woman Candidate Is Mobilizing Millennial Voters in Minnesota
Omar’s platform focuses on economic, social, racial, and environmental justice.
November 3, 2016
Are Voters Getting Greenwashed at the Polls?
Contentious—and confusing—environmental issues are on the ballot in these states.
October 21, 2016
From Black Lives Matter to the Fight for $15: Why Americans Are in Revolt
Journalist Sarah Jaffe celebrates the social movements that are rocking the country.
October 20, 2016
Amy Goodman: ‘The State Cannot Stop This Journalism.’
Goodman goes free as a North Dakota judge concludes that covering the Dakota Access Pipeline is not a crime.