Only a system premised on extreme inequality would choose fossil fuel profits over the future of humanity.
In this White House, the most dangerous industry on earth has a stranglehold on U.S. foreign policy.
In a political system awash with money, it’s Big Coal vs. democracy.
It kills the modest credits for wind, solar, and electric cars, while preserving much larger ones for fossil fuels.
Trump’s coddling can’t save the notoriously dirty industry when cleaner options and better jobs abound.
Our culture of legalized bribery makes climate disasters more likely, but there’s an alternative.
The billionaires who backed Trump are making out a lot better than Putin.
As the Trump administration continues to falsely claim that fossil fuels are needed for job growth, cities and states can play a larger role in addressing climate change and creating jobs, IPS climate policy expert Basav Sen told Rising Up with Sonali.
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.
Portland, Oregon has adopted a first-of-its-kind offensive strategy to prevent new oil, gas, and coal export facilities from being built.
With a Trump administration looming, the fight in North Dakota isn’t over.
Trump voters wanted an end to government corruption, but his list of energy advisers are all deeply embedded in the fossil fuel industry.
Climate activists remain hopeful despite the potentially disastrous Trump administration.
Portland, Oregon could teach the world a thing or two about climate laws that count.
It’s high time to come up with a new model of economic growth and innovation that works for all of us.