The fossil fuel industry is interfering in climate policymaking to suit its interests. Parties must kick big polluters out.
Radical change cannot take place in the absence of mass anti-capitalist movements that recognize the interplay between economic interests and environmental degradation. The leaders of the struggle for a sustainable, equitable future will not, therefore, be corporate executives and billionaire philanthropists, with their deep ideological commitments to the economic order...
The United States plans to spend an estimated $1 trillion to overhaul every part of our nuclear weapons enterprise. Did anybody vote for this?
This confrontation over the Dakota Access Pipeline challenges candidates and Congress to be clear whose side they are on – those seeking to protect vital waterways or the fossil fuel industry.
Amy Goodman of Democracy Now!, unlike any of her colleagues from network TV, thought the largest mobilization of indigenous activists against environmental degradation was worth reporting on.
If someone put in an energy-efficient refrigerator, should they be fined for that? Actually, people who can afford to get solar panels but do not install them are the ones who should be fined.
The new PR campaign was launched last weekend at the Red State Gathering 2016. It is classic disinformation straight out of Big Tobacco’s playbook.
Thanks to an expose last fall by journalists at InsideClimate News and the Los Angeles Times, we learned that as early as the 1970s, Exxon scientists had concluded that the continued use of their product, fossil fuels, would have a devastating impact on the climate. Instead of warning the public...
Armed fighting is prone to follow droughts, heatwaves and other weather-related calamities in turbulent countries.