The Green New Deal Will Save Fossil Fuel Workers & Their Communities

It is a simple decision, do we let the people who kept America growing for decades go hungry? Or do we support their communities, their productivity, their dreams, and their dignity while we transition them to the new engines of our economy? 

A Worn Out Welcome

The ancient dictates have been taken seriously and apocalyptic dominion over the very earth has been seriously taken.

Fridays For Future

While most Americans were passing out from food comas after a heartwarming Thanksgiving Day dinner on Thursday night in the US, it was already Friday, the 29th of November here in South Australia, and we were striking in front of SA’s Parliament House as part of Fridays for Future.

Flint Part 2, Environmental Racism and Economic Disparities: Could the Green New Deal Have Protected the Residents of Flint?

In Flint, Part 1, we looked at what happened in Flint, Michigan, and the state government measures that highly impacted the residents. We continue now with part 2, which looks at the environmental racism and economic disparities and asks whether the Green New Deal could have protected the city.

The Road to Harrisburg: Behind the Scenes of an Event That Almost Didn’t Happen

Activism is about more than huge rallies. It's about doing what you can - with the resources you have - to carry the truth to the people. This is one activist's boots-on-the-ground account of pulling together a local event.

A Green New Tomorrow: A Survival Guide with Rohan Grey

In part 2 of our interview Rohan Grey talks about debt, public banking, the Green New Deal, and the job guarantee. He dispels some notions about robots and the UBI. (Podcast)

Flint: A Case of Austerity, Neoliberalism, and Environmental Racism

Many see Flint, Michigan as a case of unfortunate oversight where thousands were sickened and poisoned by the city's drinking water. It was, in fact, a case of blatant racism on an environmental level, austerity and neoliberlism.

The Environmental Impacts of Fracking in the United States

Our oil and gas companies, the media, and even the government agencies designated to protect us have led us to believe the process is safe. But is it?

Steven Grumbine Interviews Steven Hail, Australian Economist

Steve and Steven discuss what the prospects are for a viable economic system with a 40 percent reduction by 2030 and no new emissions by 2050.

You are About to See Some Really Cool Green Renewable Energy Stuff

Green renewables are getting slicker, cooler, and more practical. This article contains a fair amount of link candy, so please ready your clicker and come along for the ride.

Just Help Disaster Victims

Be it at the state or the federal level, I guess it's a lot easier to just watch people die than it is to help them. And we all know that Monday morning quarterbacking isn't going to help the situation.

The Land Beneath the Pipeline: Standing Rock & Obama's Chance to #HonorTheTreaties

John Laurits explores the meaning of the United States' treaties with Native Americans in light of Standing Rock's resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline.

The US Media is as Guilty as the Police at Standing Rock

In all of my reporting on the deception of the US media, I can honestly say that I've never been as disgusted with them as I am today. John Laurits writes about the US media's "reporting" on Standing Rock & the new corporate police-state... #NoDAPL

The Dakota Access Pipeline and The Struggle For Water As a Human Right

The issue, in the end, is whether our government will be forced to serve humanity or to serve the private interests of those who would be predators upon it.

Green New Deal - A Prescription for American Prosperity

We cannot continue this path and expect the world to become a better place for our children. It is for this reason that we should consider solving the ills of our country with the prescription known as the Green New Deal.

Saving Our World For Future Generations

It is highly important that we start to implement methods that will help to reduce our negative impact on the environment. Our world is telling us that it cannot tolerate more damage without our ways of life changing drastically.