The Institute for Policy Studies’ Criminalization of Race and Poverty Project celebrates the historic anti-poverty provisions of the Build Back Better bill passed by the U.S. House while joining social movements in calling for fuller equity.
The Pentagon now claims no wrongdoing in a parting drone attack that killed seven children. International law and basic morality demands real accountability.
While the divestment movement is working to hold fossil fuel companies accountable, the World Bank is protecting and financing them.
Fine art has never been more financially lucrative — or less central to our culture.
At some point, governments will start using more sticks than carrots to break our deadly dependence on fossil fuels. How will humanity respond?
This worker-driven organizing victory could pave the way for future debt relief.
Why else? They want more billions.
We all think that climate change is somebody else’s problem. We have to be persuaded otherwise.
Nebraska still gets 51% of its electricity from coal. But there’s good news: Nebraska has exceptional potential for wind energy.
Europe is ahead of much of the world in combining decarbonization with an equitable shift to clean energy. And it’s still not enough.
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We’re finally debating that question. Let’s not miss our opportunity.
Advocates have overcome opposition from conservative Democrats to secure four weeks of paid leave in the House budget bill, but more obstacles remain.
The world must agree to trade rules that encourage a fair and democratic transition away from fossil fuels and toward a Global Green New Deal.