Sustainability

Searching for CCS Searching for CCS

Will carbon capture and sequestration help us avoid runaway climate change?

Nov 19, 2009 / Feature / Holly Wren Spaulding

Zombie Nuke Plants Zombie Nuke Plants

Our crumbling atomic power stations and the government agency that loves them.

Nov 19, 2009 / Feature / Christian Parenti

Where’s the Clean Energy? Where’s the Clean Energy?

Promising local initiatives are pointing the way forward for national policy.

Nov 19, 2009 / Feature / Robert S. Eshelman

The UK’s Climate Rebels The UK’s Climate Rebels

Some of the best activism is happening in Britain—but in policy terms, payoff has been slight.

Nov 19, 2009 / Feature / Maria Margaronis

The Global South Bloc The Global South Bloc

Poor countries can make big gains in climate talks if they stick together, argues Saleemul Huq.

Nov 19, 2009 / Feature / Mark Hertsgaard

An Inconvenient Solution An Inconvenient Solution

In Our Choice, Al Gore explains what must be done. But is there the political will to do it?

Nov 19, 2009 / Feature / Bill McKibben

Regreening Africa Regreening Africa

In the dry Sahel, farmers are already adapting to climate change.

Nov 19, 2009 / Feature / Mark Hertsgaard

The Road to Copenhagen The Road to Copenhagen

A timeline.  

Nov 19, 2009 / Feature / The Nation

Beyond Copenhagen Beyond Copenhagen

Many obstacles stand in the path of a successful global agreement. But Obama can still take the lead on fighting climate change.

Nov 19, 2009 / Editorial / The Editors

Slide Show: Green Energy

Slide Show: Green Energy Slide Show: Green Energy

BP’s gushing oil well in the Gulf of Mexico has been a disturbing reminder of the toxic nature of our current energy economy. In a special energy issue of The Nation—fe…

Jul 15, 2010 / Photo Essay / The Nation

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