By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and REUTERS | Sep. 20, 2019 | 1:38 Hundreds of thousands of young people around the world took to the streets on Friday to protest government inaction on the climate crisis. Related: article: Protesting Climate Change,…
Harris’ plan is the most inclusive of other politicians and the least arrogant about being about her
In a recent interview with the online Berliner Zeitung (BZ) here, economist Björn Lomborg said that 16-year old Greta Thunberg’s demands “will put people in danger”. Greta, the Swedish teenage activist is calling for radical cuts in CO2 emissions – on…
On Tuesday, Union Theological Seminary hosted a chapel service in which self-identified Christians confessed their climate sins to plants. No, this is not satire from The Babylon Bee — this really happened, and the seminary is defending it without shame….
Several of the plaintiffs in the so-called kids’ climate case held a rally this week in front of the Supreme Court to boost support for their cause. But the sea of press at the event had one goal in mind: nab a picture of or a quote from Greta Thunberg.
Millions of kids are expected to leave school to participate in a global youth climate strike today. The event will culminate in what has been a defining year for the youth climate movement, where students have been on the front lines of demanding action from world leaders.
A leading group of international climate scientists is warning that “large-scale strategies” are needed immediately to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and avert “catastrophic circumstances” that threaten every part of the world.
A lawmaker yesterday put EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler on the spot over the more than 1,000 extra deaths his agency initially projected its power plant carbon rule would cause.
When I moved from the Deep South to New York City six years ago, the biggest culture shock wasn’t the crowds or the noise or the price of a beer (although that last bit came close).