How the youth-led climate strikes became a global mass movement

Monday, September 23, 2019

Nick Engelfried. It began as a call to action from a group of youth activists scattered across the globe, and soon became what is shaping up to be…

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Iran’s Water Pressure: Droughts, Floods and a Looming Crisis

Monday, July 8, 2019

Xander Sneider. Summary Iran has long struggled to manage its paltry water resources. As Tehran wrestles with the effects of decadeslong drought and record flooding, it’s clear that…

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A Green New Deal must deliver global justice

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Asad Rehman. For too long the severity and scale of the climate crisis has been deliberately understated, but October’s release of the IPCC’s Special Report on the Global…

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At least 62 people killed in Iran floods as US accused of blocking aid

Friday, April 5, 2019

Emma Graham-Harrison. The death toll from two weeks of flooding in Iran has risen to 62 as frustration mounts inside the country at the government’s handling of the…

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Think we should be at school? Today’s climate strike is the biggest lesson of all

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Anna Taylor. It started in front of the Swedish parliament, on 20 August – a regular school day. Greta Thunberg sat with her painted sign and some homemade…

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Climate Change and Its Staggering Refugee Crisis: Book Review

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Todd Miller. Research confirms that massive migration, into the millions, will be an inevitable consequence of global warming. Before 2005, when Oxford ecologist Norman Myers announced that there…

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The Long Ecological Revolution

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

John Bellamy Foster. Posted on Monthly Review, Volume 69, Issue 06 , November 2017.  Aside from the stipulation that nature follows certain laws, no idea was more central…

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Extraordinarily hot Arctic temperatures alarm scientists

Thursday, December 8, 2016

John Vidal, Defend Democracy Press. The Arctic is experiencing extraordinarily hot sea surface and air temperatures, which are stopping ice forming and could lead to record lows of…

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Trump in the White House, by Noam Chomsky

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Noam Chomsky, Defend Democracy Press. CJ Polychroniou: Noam, the unthinkable has happened: in contrast to all forecasts, Donald Trump scored a decisive victory over Hillary Clinton and the man…

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4 billion at risk with falling global water table

Friday, April 8, 2016

Andea Germanos Common Dreams A new analysis reveals that global water scarcity is a far greater problem than previously thought, affecting 4 billion people—two-thirds of the world’s population—and…

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