While Trump puts his fossil fuel interests first, cities, states, and the international community will move towards a clean energy transition, IPS associate fellow Daphne Wysham told the Real News Network.
But by pursuing aggressive climate change action, states can create opportunities for scientists and engineers to remain in the United States. Let’s just hope they don’t jump ship for France first.
Exiting the Paris climate pact is a colossal foreign policy mistake. But it may prevent the U.S. from watering down future agreements.
As the Trump administration weighs its decision on the Paris Accord, our planet and our pockets remain at risk, Janet Redman tells the Real News Network.
A free event on growing (pun intended) solidarity from local to global, featuring international environmental, human rights and climate justice movement leaders.
A dynamic teach-in as a prelude to the People’s Climate March (PCM), exploring concrete ways we can advance a just climate agenda and roll back the extractive economy.
Wind and solar could create many, many more jobs than coal — especially if the government stops propping it up.
As famine descends on a huge swath of the globe, the White House is rolling back aid, ramping up conflict, and risking more climate chaos.
We’re not getting green enough, fast enough, to made a big enough difference on the increase in global temperatures. Meanwhile, Trump is out to strangle anything and everything in his path.
Against overwhelming odds, El Salvador won its long battle for water.
Trump is trying to pit jobs against the climate, but we can have economic growth and protect the environment, Janet Redman tells the Real News Network.
But states are moving independent of the administration to protect us from a climate catastrophe.
Rex Tillerson used an email alias when he was the CEO of Exxon. Now, reports have emerged that those emails were used to cover up Tillerson’s communications about climate change.
The administration is actively denying climate change, but cities and states are fighting back.