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.
Activists must respectfully engage with Indigenous populations to ensure their human rights are protected on a legislative level. Written by Pallavi Chatterjee.
There are a lot of questions yet be answered. Will Democratic progressives and moderates in Congress strike a balance to enact climate legislation? Can Democrats and moderate Republicans work together? Game on!
Literature should be an activist's key resource for gathering knowledge and taking action. Here are a few suggestions you can begin with
Although the House remains in Democratic hands, fewer hands are doing the holding. Election losses have led to recriminations and heated discussions between moderate and progressive House Democrats which has even spilled out into activist communities.
To control the Senate Democrats will need to win both Georgia runoff elections. To fail is to preclude at least one legislative maneuver that could rescind all of the Trump administration's final environmental laws finalized over the past two months.