I take no pleasure in saying congressional Republicans--for the most part—are guilty of utter-ing untruths. Moreover, I recognize that all Republicans are not climate deniers, just as all Democrats are not environmental defenders.
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It may sound strange to suggest the fate of President Biden’s climate agenda will parallel that of Liz Cheney, Wyoming’s at-large Republican congressional representative, but hear me out.
Spring is a time of awakening. This Earth Day, it seems with the ascendance of Joe Biden to the presidency—or at least with the absence of Donald Trump—the nation’s corporate and labor leaders are now awakening to the need and possibilities of a low-carbon economy. The truth is other.
Injustices against human rights and land defenders in Colombia continue to affect social leaders during the pandemic. Written by Laura Flórez-León
The idea that 'human rights' should be defended and protected might seem like common sense considering human rights frameworks are political and legal obligations. These parameters guide states towards more democratic principles, the rule of law, and provide protection for society's most vulnerable groups. However, human rights defenders widespread face
Indigenous-led organizations worldwide are preserving traditional ways of food, medicine, language, and art. Written by Camilla Capasso.
Easy solutions to help Western civilization survive and what's holding us back
Exercising my ‘reasoned judgment,’ I have no doubt that the right to a climate system capable of sustaining human life is fundamental to a free and ordered society. - US District Judge Ann Aiken
To win over the Senate's Blue Dog Democrats, the White House approved last-minute changes to the bill. The term Blue Dog describes more conservative—often southern—Democrats. The phrase isn’t used meanly. It is a tag worn with honor by Senators and the members of the House Blue Dog Coalition.
Going back to "normal” isn’t an option. How do we rebuild restorative, regenerative, and inclusive food systems?
Is our modern society on the brink of collapse? Can the work of historians help us better apprehend this risk? Let us take a walk through the study of societal collapse. Written by Johann Hartmann.
Two Swiss small business owners combat climate change and make an environmental impact by crafting plant protein products. Written by Giacomo Tabacco.
The challenges female-identified groups faced before the pandemic continue to worsen. What are the problems and how can we address these inequities? Written by Laura Flórez-León.
Activists must respectfully engage with Indigenous populations to ensure their human rights are protected on a legislative level. Written by Pallavi Chatterjee.