Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Tag: climate justice

Healthcare workers call on hospitals and medical institutions to divest from...

The global fossil fuel divestment campaign continues to grow, but the healthcare sector has thus far refrained from large-scale divestment. A coalition of health professionals wants to change that.

IPCC report calls out ‘vested interests’ delaying climate action

The report also pointed the finger at journalists for providing false balance to “contrarian” voices in their coverage of the issue.

Scientists fear soaring methane levels show climate feedback loop has arrived

Rapidly rising levels of atmospheric methane are "very bad news for humanity and the planet," warned one observer.

A guide to climate reparations

Reparations, debt cancellation, and climate justice are all regular features in climate solutions—but what do they mean in practice?

Climate deniers are using these four major scare tactics to stop...

“It polarizes the public and then that makes it harder to get consensus and progress.”

Noam Chomsky talks climate and racial justice

A conversation about the roots of our current climate crisis and humanity’s prospects for emerging into a livable future.

Tens of thousands throng streets of Glasgow demanding climate justice

Organizers say over 100,000 people joined the protests, with 300 other demonstrations taking place around the world.

COP 26: Can a singing, dancing rebellion save the world?

COP Twenty-six! That is how many times the UN has assembled world leaders to try to tackle the climate crisis. But the...

Seeing the future

“We need to be whipped into action. Your mobilization has been powerful, and rest assured, we are listening.”

What role should social justice play in climate science?

The Sámi people of Northern Sweden oppose geoengineering as a solution to climate change because they say it follows the same logic that produced the climate crisis in the first place.


Australia becomes first country to approve psychedelics as form of medicine

Australia is reclassifying them as “controlled substances” and making them available for use in managed medical settings.

Congress has been captured by the arms industry

And what a price to pay!

How Indigenous land management practices are a blueprint for climate-resilient agriculture

As a rapidly warming world strains at the shortcomings in industrial farming, key lessons can be taken from Indigenous practices.

We don’t have to choose between nuclear madmen

We can make a difference -- maybe even the difference -- to avert global nuclear annihilation.

What connects Trump’s likely arrest with the bank bailouts?

Let's start with multi-billionaire Peter Thiel, and follow the money.