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By CAROL DANSEREAU / 09 July 2017
The global warming situation is absolutely crazy.  Millions of people are already experiencing drought, famine, floods, wildfires, superstorms and other climate disasters.  As a species, we are teetering on the edge of full-blown catastrophe, with extinction a distinct possibility.  Yet, we can’t seem to put in place obvious solutions that are sitting right there in front of us... Read more
By Justin Mikulka and Steve Horn / 08 July 2017
In 2015, a federal rail agency authorized the Alaska Railroad Corporation to ship its first batch of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by rail in Alaska, but granted this permission behind closed doors, according to documents obtained by the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) and provided to DeSmog. The documents, a series of letters and legal memoranda obtained through the Freedom of Information... Read more
By Jay Moore / 06 July 2017
History never really repeats itself, neither as tragedy nor as farce nor as something else entirely.  Donald Trump is both a narcissistic and megalomanical fool and a tragedy for the U.S. and the planet.  Yet, although there are certainly some alarming resemblances with Trump, he is not a reborn Mussolini or Hitler or some other fascistic demagogue from 1920s Europe.   Trump comes out of a very... Read more
By Dick Nichols / 30 June 2017
The struggle to build a Catalan political force inspiring the level of support and activism needed to implement radical social change took a step forward in Barcelona on April 8, when the new “political subject” provisionally called Un País en Comú (“A Country Together”) held its founding congress. Un País en Comú, whose final name will be decided by membership referendum, is the third Catalan... Read more
By Ricardo Navarro and Sam Cossar / 26 June 2017
El Salvador made history last week by becoming the first country ever to ban metal mining.The success of this decades long struggle is proof that people can take on corporate interests and win.This is the story of how the people of El Salvador took on mining giants.Mining has a dark history in El Salvador. Years of unregulated, pro-investor policies coupled with rapid industrialization has led to... Read more
By Talli Nauman / 20 June 2017
When reports surfaced that the newly finished Dakota Access Pipeline hd experienced its first crude oil spill in South Dakota even before the private project went into service, tribal chairmen were incensed. “The Dakota Access pipeline has not yet started shipping the proposed half million barrels of oil per day and we are already seeing confirmed reports of oil spills from the pipeline,”... Read more
By Ira Chernus / 19 June 2017
Ira Chernus looks back at the '60's counterculture and the New Left, finding that each held values and visions whose fusion could provide the basis for a new society.

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