Building On Victories For A Stronger Climate Justice Movement

by Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, published on Popular Resistance, July 19, 2020 While the climate justice movement has been winning important victories, stopping and slowing pipelines and other fossil fuel infrastructure, and putting the future of fossil fuels in doubt, the political system, long connected to the fossil fuel industry, is still fighting the urgently needed transition to clean[…]

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Millions Say: Change the System, Not the Climate!

by Jeff Mackler,  published on Socialist Action,  October 9, 2019 The week of unprecedented massive and worldwide climate mobilizations that began on Friday, Sept. 20, represented an historic breakthrough in the consciousness of the world’s people. An estimated 7.6 million people in 185 countries from every continent on earth except Antarctica mobilized in unprecedented numbers to condemn the governments and[…]

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The Madness of Fossil Fuel Subsidies

Solar farm in California desert. (Bureau of Land Management via Flickr) by Niklas Hagelberg, Published on Consortium News, June 7, 2019 Fossil fuels — oil, gas, coal and their derivatives — pollute the atmosphere and emit the greenhouse gases that are ramping up global heating to dangerous levels. And governments around the world are subsidizing this pollution. Historically, governments used[…]

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