The Democratic National Committee has announced the lineups for its first two presidential primary debates, which will be hosted by NBC on June 26...
The fossil fuel industry is working hard to eliminate a tax credit that reduces emissions and creates jobs.
We need system change, not business as usual.
"[The] agency must consider the cumulative impact of GHG [greenhouse gas] emissions generated by past, present, or reasonably foreseeable BLM lease sales in the region and nation.”
“The recent court cases against Schnare and FMELC show that they have sought to avoid even basic levels of accountability, all the while making careers out of subjecting scientists to bogus fishing expeditions in the name of 'transparency.'”
When it comes to the environmental implications of individual races and ballot measures, the night was about equally full of gains and losses.
"If you're a climate voter, get out there and VOTE – but if you can, don't stop there. Take action like the planet depends on it. Because it does."
“People don’t know how to have a dialogue any more.” My hope is that the case of 19th-century climatology will remind us what a genuine dialogue looks like.
"Climate change is the defining issue of our time," say 350.org's executive director. "It is a crisis of democracy, justice, and human rights."