Tuesday, April 7, 2020

California approves net neutrality law, defying FCC

21 states and the District of Columbia are suing the FCC in an attempt to reverse their decision to repeal net neutrality.

How to talk to your relatives about climate change: A guide for the holidays

The Trump administration and the fossil fuels industry is actively working against clean energy progress, but we have the tools, the courts, and the people power to keep advancing clean power in states and cities.

UN rights chief: Trump’s attack on press is “dangerous”

“Freedom of expression must be located within the domain of the law and take into consideration national interests and peace.”

Norvergence: Psychosocial and mental health impacts of climate change

“In the tech-saturated world, climate change is the biggest global threat (both physically and mentally).” Most articles or blog...

Ivanka—Silence is Betrayal…and Judaism is More than Keeping Kosher

Consider Rabbi Heschel’s humble words on his return from the civil rights march on Selma; “I felt my legs were praying.”

We’re in a recession, and it’s likely to get worse

The shortcomings of U.S. economic policy, the healthcare system, and workers’ rights are being magnified by the current crisis.

U.S. attorney Preet Bharara was investigating Fox News when Trump fired him

Reports indicate Trump may pick one of Roger Ailes’ former lawyers to replace Bharara.

Indigenous peoples go to court to save the Amazon from oil company greed

Historic lawsuit launched by the Waorani people of Ecuador to save their homes – and our planet – from destruction.

Why can’t we just play ball?

The militarization of sports and the redefinition of patriotism.

‘Our leaders are behaving like children:’ Teen climate activist confronts world leaders at UN...

"The people will rise to the challenge. And since our leaders are behaving like children, we will have to take the responsibility they should have taken long ago.”