Saturday, May 21, 2022

Climate Change and the 1,000-Year Flood in Baton Rouge: When Will We Learn?

There is growing grass-roots activism directly confronting the extraction and transport of fossil fuels in addition to raising awareness of climate change.

3 Reasons the Standing Rock Sioux Can Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline

For starters, this protest is about a competing idea for the future of the planet—and waves of people will show up to make that point.

Illegal Herbicide Use on GMO Crops Causing Massive Damage to Fruit, Vegetable and Soybean...

One of the worst parts of this whole debacle is that farmers—by being forced to grow dicamba resistant GMO soybeans—are losing the choice of what they can grow.

Clinton’s Transition Team: A Corporate Presidency Foretold

Clinton’s smooth rhetoric should not change the fact that -- on a vast array of issues -- basic principles will require progressives to fight against her actual policy goals, every step of the way.

Media Silent as Native Americans Successfully Halt Construction on Oil Pipeline

It’s the Keystone XL Pipeline all over again.

Instead of Supporting Trump, Here’s What the Koch Brothers are Doing With Their $750...

The Koch Brothers have started a pro-fossil fuel front group, “Fueling U.S. Forward,” that seeks to get the public emotionally invested in fossil fuels as being “pro-human.”

The Corporate Food Industry Continues to Fight Animal Reforms

Big food fighting FDA when it comes to food and animal safety.

For Future Summer Olympics, Climate Change Is No Game

At the U.S. Olympic marathon trials held in Los Angeles to choose the team for the Rio Olympic Games this year, 30 percent of the runners dropped out of the race due to the heat. It will be even worse 4 years from now.

There’s Something Iffy About Hillary’s Pick to Set Up her White House

Meet Ken Salazar: The newest appointment for Clinton's administration and a man with a long history of support things Clinton has promised to fight against.

NASA: July Was Earth’s Hottest Month in Recorded History

Hello global warming: not only is 2016 shaping up to be the hottest year on record, but July 2016 is officially the warmest month of any in a data record that can be extended back to the nineteenth century.