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Environmentalists Say They're Averting Climate Disaster. Conservatives Say It's Terrorism.
Alexander C. Kaufman
The post-9/11 rhetoric vilifying environmentalists is making a comeback.
Friday Talking Points -- Bad Hombres And Nasty Women Unite!
Chris Weigant is a political commentator.
Maybe this, together with all the dark talk of "rigged elections" from Trump will finally provide a dash of enthusiasm for Clinton, here at the homestretch -- it'd certainly be a fitting end to the most bizarre presidential campaign of everyone's lifetimes.
Historian and environmental strategist
Fracked land, for example, becomes useless, drenched by long-lasting poisons. The human community around gas drilling suffers
Calling All Mothers in a Climate Crisis
Earthjustice's Vice President of Litigation for Climate & Ener...
Mothers have a well-known power to make things better. Your children and mine are in jeopardy. Let's do everything in our power to fix that.
Gold Butte, Nevada: A Cultural Environment Under Threat
Artist and Curator
Coinciding with Earth Day, the indigenous Moapa Band of Paiute along with local environmental protection groups have organized an 11-mile Culture Walk to raise awareness of the damage being done to the culturally important and environmentally sensitive area of Gold Butte.
Redefining Environmentalism: The Paradox of Wealthy Environmentalists
Member,U.S.National Commission to UNESCO Youth Working Group
People with less money have significantly lower carbon footprints than people with more money.
The End of Agriculture at Point Reyes National Seashore: The Jarvis Playbook
scientist, educator, entrepreneur, elected member NAS
Unfortunately, this is not the first time that the National Park Service, in collaboration with activist environmentalists, has reneged on the original deal made by Congress to maintain the historic agriculture on parklands as a condition for the government acquiring these lands.
Environmentalism and Democracy
Historian and environmental strategist
American environmentalists are probably the best of Americans. They have the scientific knowledge and interest to keep ecosystems functioning for the services they provide: clean water, clean air, and good and healthy food.
Are Green Conferences Getting Greener?
Founder & CEO of Kuli Kuli, a mission-driven moringa company
As the climate talks in Paris come to a close it's worth thinking about the environmental costs of bring 22,000 people from
The Carbon Solution Obama Won't Take to Paris
Journalist, broadcaster, public speaker
Yes, something big is going to happen in Paris: Those big polluting nations, China and India, but especially China, are going
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Obama Fires Back At Elizabeth Warren And Trade Critics, Escalating Democratic Feud
The AFL-CIO, the nation's largest federation of labor unions, released a written statement responding to Obama on Friday
Being Hyper Critical of Hillary Could Be 'Cutting Off Your Nose to Spite Your Face'
non-profit consultant, public speaker and political analyst
We know Hillary because she has been in the public spotlight for over 40 years. We know from her work history that Hillary Clinton is a strong advocate for women's rights, civil rights, LGBT rights and the rights of those immigrants here today, so that they may have a path to citizenship.
Carly Fiorina: Environmentalists To Blame For 'Man-Made' Drought In California
There is significant debate about whether the state has enough water left, at this point, to justify the cost of building
The One Thing Conservation Groups Are A Little Excited About This Congress
Over the last few years, conservation groups have been critical of Congress for doing little to protect new public lands
Frackin', Frackin', Frackin'...
Wordsmith in Chief, Prime Prose LLC
Out where the Great Plains kiss the sky, and oilmen poke the ground, a drillin' fella might even get the urge to burst into
Senate Now Has Enough Votes To Pass Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Bill
Hajj 2015: Year of Development
Founder, PITAPOLICY Consulting
In scrolling through these pictures, opportunities for development mean avoiding logistical nightmares and health epidemics.
CULTURE & ARTS
Top 10 Art Shows This Fall
Contemporary art magazine curated by Park Hyatt Hotels, publis...
Now that the fall art season is well underway, we've picked the Top 10 global art shows to see this season.
Gloom and Doom Not a Good Strategy for Climate Change Advocates
Carol Pierson Holding
Carol Pierson Holding is a lapsed capitalist and former brand ...
The idea of branding climate change could seem like another exercise in navel-gazing unless you consider the effectiveness of the opposition. They've got branding down, relentlessly repeating the mantra, "science is inconclusive and solutions are exorbitant and unproven."
THE WORLD POST
This Woman Taught Us To Respect Nature
There’s nothing very natural about caring for nature. The first and predominant impulse of humans has almost always been
Green Billionaires Club? David Vitter Owns Stock in Coal Utilities Fighting EPA Carbon Rules
Research Fellow for DeSmogBlog.com, freelance investigative jo...
Critics of the report say it is propaganda designed to skewer the Obama EPA and environmental philanthropists for "conspiring to help the environment."
Remembering Environmental Defenders
President, Friends of the Earth and FOE Action
So in addition to honoring our nation's uniformed fallen this week, I ask that you also consider those around the world who
Greenpeace USA Names New Executive Director
She will take over in August, the group said. Leonard is perhaps best known for her 2007 web video "The Story of Stuff," which
Rachel Carson and Her Sisters
Professor of History emeritus, SUNY/Albany
Musil shows that, although Carson herself worked well with men, her deepest influences and relationships, her love of nature and science, and her influential contacts came from women.
What it Will Take to Tackle the Climate Crisis
Sheila D. Collins
Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg
The latest report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change confirms what is manifest to all but those blinded by ideology and short-term profits, but can it galvanize a response commensurate with the challenge?
Environmental Groups Launch Ad Blitz Defending Vulnerable Lawmakers
The Braley ad: Five environmental groups are pitching in for ads in North Carolina, Iowa, Michigan and Maine, beginning Monday
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