Saturday, July 13, 2024

Beyond ‘no’ and the limits of ‘yes’: A review of Naomi Klein’s ‘No Is...

No is not enough. But yes is not enough, either. Our fate lies in the joy and grief of maybe.

How Trump is killing capitalism

Answer: Corporate greed coupled with inept and corrupt regulators.

US officially rejoins Paris agreement

This is considered a symbolic and important step toward the aggressive action required to stem the tide of climate change.

Fish and Wildlife Service publish final rule on African elephant imports

The amendment to the 4(d) rule for African elephants is said to protect and conserve African elephants both in the wild and in captivity.

Former mayor sentenced to prison for stealing from food bank

“He took food out of people’s mouths. People who need it. People who would starve without it.”

Only renewables can provide the jobs and revenue Trump promised from oil

The president promised a surge of jobs and tax revenue from oil. His policies won’t deliver either one.

Climate activist Greta Thunberg declines Nordic environmental prize saying “the climate movement does not...

“I have received the Nordic Council’s environmental award 2019. I have decided to decline this prize.”

Sanders and Omar lead congressional push for Global Wealth Tax as Biden faces crucial...

This initiative, led by Brazil, aims to address the glaring disparities in global wealth distribution and strengthen efforts to achieve tax fairness.

Other casualties of Putin’s war in Ukraine: Russia’s climate goals and science

Environmental concerns are at risk of being laid aside during wartime.

‘Alexa, launch our nukes!’

“Humans are not perfect, but they can empathize with their opponents and see the bigger picture. Unlike humans, autonomous weapons would have no ability to understand the consequences of their actions, no ability to step back from the brink of war.”