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'We don't have any choice': The young activists naming and shaming US politicians

As the election nears, young Americans are calling on US politicians to take action on climate, police brutality and immigration.

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Fracking is Trump's 'Hail Mary' against Biden

President Trump has made fracking a "Hail Mary" attack on Joe Biden in the industrial Midwest, but three weeks before Election Day, it does not seem to be working.
www.motherjones.com
Climate

How Joe Biden's climate plan compares to the Green New Deal

At the first presidential debate last week, former Vice President Joe Biden said point-blank that he does not support the Green New Deal - a progressive plan which not only aims to aggressively tackle climate change but also encompasses many other issues like social justice, jobs, housing and health care.

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How will climate and environmental cases fare on a 6-3 conservative Supreme Court?

Not good, says our guest. Climate action could be stymied and Trump's environmental rollbacks could be given the go-ahead.
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Noam Chomsky does not think the planet is doomed (yet)

The Green New Deal wouldn’t require as much effort as World War II, says the linguist in his new book.
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Climate

Getting warmer: Trump concedes human role in climate change

President Donald Trump publicly acknowledged that humans bear some blame for climate change, but scientists say the president still isn't dealing with the reality of our primary role.

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Washington congressional race lays bare Democratic divide on tackling climate change

The outcome of the race will say much about what kind of Democratic Party will be confronting climate change in the years ahead.
Justice

Kentucky’s climate is suffering. Can the state slip the industry ties that prevent change?

Mitch McConnell has long resisted climate action even as the farm and coal sectors suffer, but a growing movement could bring change.

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Climate

For Democrats, infrastructure equals fighting climate change, creating jobs

Joe Biden is putting an infrastructure proposal that calls significant green investments front-and-center in his campaign.
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Climate

Noam Chomsky’s climate crisis and the Green New Deal takes on capitalism and politics

Several books on the Green New Deal have been released in the past year or two, but none boasts a more illustrious set of authors than Climate Crisis and the Green New Deal, by Robert Pollin and Noam Chomsky.

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