Sunday, September 27, 2020

Vote like the planet depends on it—because it does

"We need to have climate justice."

Mayors of 12 major global cities home to 36 million people make unified fossil...

"If we're serious about a sustainable, just, and prosperous future, we have to put our money where our mouth is."

Climate and the U.S. election

The U.S. election in November is critical, not just because of Donald Trump’s neo-fascisinm, but primarily because if the climate-change-denying and fossil-fuel supporting Republican Party retains power.

With planet and the future on the line, Sunrise Movement doubles down on 2020...

This moment is a critical opportunity—not only to activate every young voter in swing states but also to catapult emergent Green New Deal champions running for Senate into the spotlight and secure upsets in red states.

Humans destroyed intact ecosystem land the size of Mexico in just 13 years

“Intact lands are relied on by biodiversity for habitat, and by people for ecosystem services such as climate regulation and clean water.”

The environmental legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"As we mourn the loss of Justice Ginsburg, we should reflect on her words that 'Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time."

Fossil fuel industry and Koch network fighting Pennsylvania’s move to join regional greenhouse gas...

Together these interests broadly representing coal and petroleum producers are trying to prevent Pennsylvania from joining regional programs to curb carbon pollution.

New Zealand plans to become first country to require climate risk reporting

New Zealand could be the first country in the world to require its major financial institutions to report on the risks posed...

Scientific American endorses a presidential candidate for the first time in its history: Joe...

“We’ve never backed a presidential candidate in our 175-year history—until now.”