‘Abuse of the public trust’: R...

Oct 13, 2019 by

It is time for the House of Representatives to announce comprehensive articles of impeachment against the chronic outlaw and violator of the public trust—President Donald J. Trump who won the Electoral College, but lost the popular vote.

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Here’s why California is...

Oct 13, 2019 by

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has cut the power on millions of Californians. It is a pre-emptive move to cut the company’s liabilities for potential wildfires. The announcement and subsequent handling of this forced blackout has been chaotic.

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Trump, Putin and friends are w...

Oct 12, 2019 by

“Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof” is an oft-quoted aphorism from the King James Bible. It basically means that there are enough problems in the present that one should not only avoid adding to them, but not worry too much about the future.

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Pollution, anxiety, and death:...

Oct 12, 2019 by

If you’ve ever said “Donald Trump makes me sick,” it was probably a metaphorical statement. Or was it?

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Climate Change Could Turn the ...

Oct 11, 2019 by

The world will be watching. People could die.

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‘Remember When Google...

Oct 11, 2019 by

Google, whose unofficial company motto was once “Don’t be evil,” counts major deniers of the climate crisis among the groups “that receive the most substantial contributions” from the tech giant’s U.S. Government Affairs and Public Policy team.

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So, You’ve Got 100% Renewable ...

Oct 11, 2019 by

Manufacturers seeking to decarbonize have a long row to hoe. They can order up a package of renewable energy and carbon offsets to power their factories and offices, but that’s just for starters.

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Elizabeth Warren’s new climate...

Oct 11, 2019 by

A number of Democratic candidates for president have released ambitious environmental plans that make the environmental platforms of yore look like yesterday’s lunch.

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New Study Warns 5 Billion Peop...

Oct 10, 2019 by

“If we continue on this trajectory, ecosystems will be unable to provide natural insurance in the face of climate change-induced impacts on food, water, and infrastructure.”

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Ask a Scientist: How Can Cerea...

Oct 10, 2019 by

I’ve been a cereal killer all my life. I eat it nearly every day for breakfast, and I often eat it at night, too, for a snack.

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What Are Californians Supposed...

Oct 10, 2019 by

PG&E is turning off the power to protect against another fire. It’s created a new kind of disaster.

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Why Amazon Fires Keep Raging 1...

Oct 10, 2019 by

Many of the thousands of fires burning in Brazil’s Amazon are set by ranchers. A deal inked 10 years ago was meant to stop the problem, but the ecological arson goes on as the Earth warms.

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The Country’s “Most Polluted A...

Oct 10, 2019 by

“This is political retribution against California, plain and simple.”

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How the US could afford ‘Medic...

Oct 9, 2019 by

Health care is Americans’ number-one priority, based on recent polls, so it’s no wonder it’s been a hot topic in the Democratic primary.

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THE PLASTICS INDUSTRY’S LONG F...

Oct 9, 2019 by

PLASTIC PRODUCTION REALLY began in earnest in the 1950s. It’s hard to remember, but we once got along without it. Of course, plastic offered great convenience, and its production skyrocketed.

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Why Extinction Rebellion is oc...

Oct 9, 2019 by

Hundreds of climate protesters around the world were arrested Monday, kicking off Extinction Rebellion’s “International Rebellion,” two weeks of direct action and civil disobedience protests in 60 countries.

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Putting Donald Trump’s impeach...

Oct 9, 2019 by

There is blood in the water and frenzied sharks are closing in for the kill. Or so they think.

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On Climate Change, Biden Has a...

Oct 9, 2019 by

When Michaelyn Mankel approached Joseph R. Biden Jr. at an Iowa steak fry last month to demand dramatic action on climate change, the former vice president clasped the 24-year-old’s hands and assured her, “You’ve got a better deal from me than anybody.”

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Dick’s Sporting Goods destroye...

Oct 8, 2019 by

“If we really think these things should be off the street, we need to destroy them,” said the retailer’s CEO.

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No More Half-Measures on Corpo...

Oct 8, 2019 by

In the face of climate change, rising inequality, and other global crises, governments are losing out on hundreds of billions of dollars in tax revenue as a result of corporate tax arbitrage.

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How to save sinking cities and...

Oct 8, 2019 by

New research finds that a two-pronged approach is necessary to fight things like sea-level rise and ocean acidification.

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In European First, Proposed Co...

Oct 8, 2019 by

“When we’re in the beginning of an ecological and climate collapse,” said the lawmaker who introduced the measure, “I hope we can re-think our relationship with Nature.”

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‘Seriously Folks This Is...

Oct 8, 2019 by

 “There is no legal basis for Trump’s position. Hard stop.”

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Why I Confronted Trump’s Archi...

Oct 8, 2019 by

Last week I exposed the architect of the U.S.’s deadly ‘maximum pressure’ sanctions policy, Sigal Mandelker, in front of the United Against a Nuclear Iran conference in New York City.

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Elon Musk’s Starship may be mo...

Oct 8, 2019 by

Elon Musk, founder of private space-faring company SpaceX, recently unveiled his new Starship craft.

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The real news on ‘fake news’: ...

Oct 8, 2019 by

During the 2019 election, a news story about the Labor Party supporting a “death tax” – which turned out to be fake – gained traction on social media.

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The Blob: A marine heatwave la...

Oct 8, 2019 by

In the fall of 2013, scientists in Washington noticed a strange physical phenomenon surfacing in the Pacific Ocean — a vast patch of unusually warm water moving through the Pacific.

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Particulate Matter Air Polluti...

Oct 8, 2019 by

Air pollution is a complicated mixture that includes both invisible gases and solid particles or liquid droplets that float in the air. These pollutants are everywhere—in your home and workplace, in your neighborhood park, near busy (and not-so busy) roadways. And they can make us very sick.

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Want to know what climate chan...

Oct 8, 2019 by

Adrienne Titus was heading back to her parents’ village on a sweltering afternoon in early July when she saw the dead salmon.

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As Sea Levels Rise, So Do Ghos...

Oct 8, 2019 by

Saltwater is killing woodlands along the East Coast, sometimes surprisingly far from the sea.

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