It’s no wonder the president of the United Nations Climate Change Conference apologized, close to tears, at its end.
Let’s not again be fooled into hoping that a climate conference used to defend national economic interests will save us.
As COP26 approaches, what must be done to save humanity and the planet from climate catastrophe?
COVID has forced dramatic shifts. Is a new variant of capitalism emerging, or is neoliberalism just re-entrenching?
Tense budget negotiations are raising fears that key climate programs will be cut ahead of UN climate talks.
The bills don’t come close to meeting the U.S.’s infrastructure needs in terms of the climate and social crises we face.
Climate advocates say the damage caused by record-breaking rainfall shows the need for green infrastructure and energy.
Private businesses will not move beyond greenwashing unless they are forced to by stringent government regulations.
Yet we continue to allow fossil fuel companies to profit off destroying the planet, says economist Robert Pollin.
An ever-growing military budget and continued support for oil and gas meanwhile push us inexorably toward doomsday.