At CarbonPositive ’19, Archite...

Oct 3, 2019 by

At the instigation of architect Ed Mazria, last week’s conference traced how carbon becomes operationalized in the built environment.

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Oceans face dire threats from ...

Oct 3, 2019 by

Can something under threat also be a source of its own salvation? Climate change is wreaking havoc on the oceans. But the seas also hold tremendous potential for mitigation.

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Houston’s pocket prairies: Nat...

Oct 3, 2019 by

Humans are innovators and tend to look to technology to solve problems. But increasingly, people are turning to the natural world for solutions as well. For Houston, that means reintroducing the prairie.

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Former Ukrainian president des...

Oct 3, 2019 by

Ukraine’s former president categorically denied that Joe Biden had ever asked him to open or close any criminal cases, effectively knocking down President Donald Trump’s conspiracy theory about the former vice president.

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The media made a giant mistake...

Oct 1, 2019 by

With a damning record of his extortionate call with the Ukrainian president public for all to see, President Donald Trump is facing the strongest political headwinds he has seen and staring down the barrel of a daunting and potent impeachment inquiry.

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We Can Save the Planet by Defu...

Sep 28, 2019 by

The environmental justice movement that is surging globally is intentionally intersectional, showing how global warming is connected to issues such as race, poverty, migration and public health.

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Trump was impeachable from Day...

Sep 28, 2019 by

From the first day, Donald Trump has been an unhappy president. Because he knew he was engaging in treason.

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Executive Order Creates Influe...

Sep 27, 2019 by

On Sept. 19, 2019, President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order, “Modernizing Influenza Vaccines in the United State to Promote National Security and Public Health.

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When the world’s on fire, what...

Sep 27, 2019 by

For millions of people around the globe – especially young people – the pressing issue of our time is this: The world is on fire!

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Trump to Ukraine: Such a Shame...

Sep 26, 2019 by

No, Trump didn’t make an explicit threat. He didn’t have to.

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Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman: ‘...

Sep 24, 2019 by

Despite the fact that some of the most aggressive military expansions and escalations have occurred under Democratic presidents — from Franklin Delano Roosevelt during World War II to Lyndon B. Johnson in Vietnam and Barack Obama in Afghanistan — Republicans have repeatedly insisted that they have the market cornered on patriotism and love of military.

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Rival Republican Bill Weld acc...

Sep 23, 2019 by

Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, one of the three Republicans who is challenging President Donald Trump via a 2020 GOP presidential primary, has been vehemently critical of Trump on foreign policy.

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Vaccine Mandates for Everyone,...

Sep 20, 2019 by

In the United States, those who are vaccine risk-aware have much to be concerned about right now.

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A Q&A with the policy won...

Sep 20, 2019 by

Grist When Jay Inslee bowed out of the race for the White House in August, some worried that the Washington governor’s absence would leave a climate-shaped hole in the field.

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The Future, Post-Coal — ...

Sep 20, 2019 by

One point of agreement evident during a recent policy summit between Hopi and Navajo leaders was that the economy of northern Arizona can—and must—transcend its 20th-century past.

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Impeachment, resignation, trea...

Sep 20, 2019 by

Thursday ended with the absolutely bombshell news that Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani allegedly schemed to withhold military and financial aid to Ukraine—unless the newly elected prime minister found some kind of dirt on Joe Biden’s son Hunter, who has done work in Ukraine.

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How the tyrant in the White Ho...

Sep 20, 2019 by

To me, it feels ice-tinglingly creepy that the U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu in Washington wants to bring criminal charges against former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe.

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California Homeowners Are Usin...

Sep 17, 2019 by

If your zip code qualifies, the Federal Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit will pay you to go solar!

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‘A goddamn terrifying time to ...

Sep 17, 2019 by

Naomi Klein explains what ‘increasingly barbaric political figures’ like Trump have figured out about the future

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Vaccine Mandates for Everyone,...

Sep 17, 2019 by

In the United States, those who are vaccine risk-aware have much to be concerned about right now.

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Food on Foot Helps the Homeles...

Sep 16, 2019 by

Overcoming homelessness requires hard work, dedication, and commitment, according to Roderick Norseweather.

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WATCH: Michael Moore got in sh...

Sep 14, 2019 by

The two argued over democratic socialism and the direction of the Democratic Party being debated during the 2020 DNC presidential primary

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Trump seizes on homelessness f...

Sep 11, 2019 by

Donald Trump is apparently so pleased with the reception his migrant detention centers are getting that he’s looking into forcing homeless people into federal hands, too.

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Exposed CIA operative Valerie ...

Sep 11, 2019 by

Valerie Plame probably wasn’t a huge fan of Donald Trump, even before he pardoned Scooter Libby, former chief of staff for then-Vice President Dick Cheney in 2018.

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The cost of the GOP’s degradat...

Sep 11, 2019 by

Pollster and author Stanley Greenberg has written a book about the death of the Republican Party titled, “R.I.P. G.O.P.”

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The Massive Cost of Not Adapti...

Sep 10, 2019 by

The world must invest $1.8 trillion by 2030 to prepare for the effects of global warming. A new report said the payoff could be four times that.

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From the Metropolis Archive: A...

Sep 10, 2019 by

Originally published in 2003, this article profiles Ed Mazria, veteran of green design who has studied global warming and sees its cause—and possible solution—coming from the same unlikely source: architects.

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Should We Feed Hungry Children...

Sep 9, 2019 by

What if, instead of military interventions, the US decided to fight global poverty?

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Corporate TV News Covered Clim...

Sep 9, 2019 by

Even as Hurricane Dorian tore through the Bahamas and crept up the southeastern U.S. seaboard, broadcast news networks were loathe to connect the powerful storm’s strength to the climate crisis in spite of the science linking warmer sea surface temperatures to increased frequency of strong hurricanes.

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Alaska’s Sea Ice Completely Me...

Sep 3, 2019 by

[Translate] News Environment & Health People attend a monument unveiling at the site of Okjökull, Iceland’s first glacier...

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