Topic: Environment

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'This Is Not Ok': Guard Shoves Reporter as EPA Bars Multiple News Outlets From Water Pollution Event

Jessica Corbett, staff writerThe Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) blocked reporters from CNN, E&E News, and the Associated Press from attended a summit...   [ continue reading...]



Striking Teachers Beat Back Neoliberalism's War on Public Schools

Teachers and supporters strike outside East High School on May 7, 2018, in Pueblo, Colorado. (Photo: RJ Sangosti / The Denver Post via Getty Images) The public...   [ continue reading...]



Winning Candidates in Growing 2018 Blue Wave Are Emphasizing Personal Concerns in Voters’ Lives

Primary and special election winners are speaking to voters, not overly focusing on Trump. The year’s first primaries and special elections for Con...   [ continue reading...]



Trump Is Trying to Make it Legal to Shoot Hibernating Bear Cubs

This story was originally published by HuffPost and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.  The Trump administration o...   [ continue reading...]



A Natural Climate Change Adaptation Laboratory in Brazil

The small pulp mill that uses native fruits that were previously discarded is a synthesis of the multiple objectives of the Adapta Sertão project, a prog...   [ continue reading...]



Donald Trump’s Presidency Has Hit Remarkable New Heights of Corruption — and Most of It Is Legal

Michael Cohen’s corruption is only the tip of the Trump iceberg. But the answer to this crisis won’t come in court If there has been one overa...   [ continue reading...]



After Typhoon, Who Is Responsible for Climate Change?

Expand A fisherman paddles his banca amidst ruins of house stilts destroyed by Typhoon Haiy...   [ continue reading...]



Here's How Money Is Destroying the World Through Addiction

Scientists are beginning to see the addictive link between dopamine and money. In a widely cited confessional in the New York Times in 2014, former Wall S...   [ continue reading...]



German Christian Democrats Should Defend Democracy in Hungary

Expand Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel talks with Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban...   [ continue reading...]



When Two Becomes One: Blending Public and Private Climate Finance

With the landmark Paris Agreement now almost two years old, funding for climate-related activities continues to be a challenge. However, efforts have been under...   [ continue reading...]



Humans Less Than 1% of Life on Earth, But Have Destroyed Half of Its Plants, More Than 80% of All Mammals

Jessica Corbett, staff writerWhile scientists and conservationists grow increasingly worried about the world's biodiversity, a new study that sought to estimate...   [ continue reading...]



Ministry of Climate Change and Environment hosts upcycled food Iftar

In a departure from norms for the Holy Month of Ramadan, the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, MoCCAE, hosted an upcycled food iftar utilising food th...   [ continue reading...]



Racist Lawyer Aaron Schlossberg Was the Exception — In Case After Case White People Who Make Spurious Complaints Are Not Named

Corporate media systematically shields white people’s identities in series of recent racial bias incidents The presumption of innocence is supposed...   [ continue reading...]



The Grassroots Environmental Activist of the Year: Christine Canaly

The Fund for Wild Nature’s Grassroots Activist of the Year for 2017 is Christine Canaly. For nearly three decades, Christine has worked tirelessly to prot...   [ continue reading...]



Quote of the Day: Greased Donuts Bait Piles

From Theresa Pierno, president of the National Parks Conservation Association: If the administration has its way, it will be perfectly legal for sport hunters t...   [ continue reading...]



Security Guards 'Forcibly' Prevent Reporters From Attending EPA Hearing — And Shove One Out of The Building

An EPA spokesman claimed the room had reached capacity. The Environmental Protection Agency “forcibly” blocked reporters form attending a Tues...   [ continue reading...]



Steven Pinker’s ideas are fatally flawed. These eight graphs show why.

It’s time to reclaim the mantle of “Progress” for progressives. Steven Pinker...   [ continue reading...]



Here's Why So Many Right Wingers Think of Themselves as Victims

Hollywood is out to get them. The media is out to get them. And any American who doesn’t see things their way are part of the problem. There&rsquo...   [ continue reading...]



Illinois Bill Would Allow Cops to Spy on Protesters Using Drones With Facial-Recognition Technology

On May 2, the Illinois Senate approved SB 2562, which would allow police to use drones equipped with facial recognition capabilities to spy on large public gath...   [ continue reading...]



Chase Says It’s Fighting Climate Change. So Why Is It Financing the Fossil Fuel Industry?

JPMorgan Chase (“Chase”) talks a big game on climate change. The Wall Street bank has committed to becoming entirely reliant on renewable energ...   [ continue reading...]

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