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Democracy & Government
The Farm Bill Drove Me Insane
March 23, 2016
America’s top nutrition thinker tried to unpack the most important food law. It was a mistake.
Economy & Work
What Keeping Oil in the Ground Can Do for Economic Inequality
March 17, 2016
A successful energy transition to renewables could not only rescue the planet but create a more just economy.
Rebecca Solnit Explains Things to Us
March 10, 2016
The prolific writer and activist discusses how she keeps faith while change moves slowly along.
Should Kids Be Able to Sue For a Safe Climate?
March 10, 2016
Twenty-one kids were in court this month in Oregon to demand a climate fix.
Can the West Coast Unite to Stop Big Oil?
March 8, 2016
From First Nations activism to innovative city initiatives, the West Coast is leading the fight against global warming even as America on the whole lags behind.
Hillary Clinton's Green Evolution
March 3, 2016
Sanders' strong climate plan has provided an ideal that activists are pushing Clinton toward.
How Scotland Got Trumped
February 20, 2016
Documentary filmmaker Anthony Baxter spent two years following Donald Trump’s efforts to build a golf course on the fragile sand dunes of northeast Scotland.
Exxon's Never-Ending Big Dig
February 19, 2016
As bad as Exxon has been in the past, what it’s doing now — entirely legally — is helping push the planet over the edge and into the biggest crisis in human history.
ExxonMobil – More than Fifty Proud Years of Melting Glaciers!!
February 18, 2016
Back in 1962, the fossil fuels giant was bragging about its ability to heat up the Arctic.
Health & Science
America’s Coast-to-Coast Toxic Crisis
February 10, 2016
Flint, Michigan, has had many toxic crises before this one, and America has many Flints.
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