Exxon says an investigation into its cover up of what it knew about climate change violates its right to free speech. The response: The First Amendment does not give any corporation the right to commit fraud.
Prospects for decent long-term survival are not high unless there is a significant change of course. A large share of the responsibility is in our hands -- the opportunities as well.
It’s impossible for fossil fuel executives to get some damn peace and quiet.
Those of us who succumbed to the false promises of Western consumerism at great cost to the planet and to ourselves are Earth’s prodigal children now returning home.
We already have the tools to sufficiently reduce greenhouse gas emissions; there is no need to lose precious time waiting for a so-called game-changer.
More than two dozen Republican senators this week asked John Kerry not to provide any funding for the United States’ involvement in the United Nations effort to address climate change, saying they object to the U.N. treating Palestine as a state.
February 2016 was not only the hottest in recorded history, but it soared past all previous records, prompting scientists to describe the announcement as "an ominous milestone in our march toward an ever-warmer planet."