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What Did We Know – and When Did We Know It?

Rebecca Gordon TomDispatch
This capacity to predict the future is beginning to feel a bit déjà-vu-ish. It’s not too hard to foresee the approaching catastrophe in Gaza. In our presidential election, we are facing the potential elevation of a genuine instrument of fascism.

If Not in New York, Then Where?

David Wallace-Wells New York Times
Governor Kathy Hochul's indefinite pause of a proposed congestion pricing program for lower Manhattan is “a generational setback for climate policy in the United States."

Friday Nite Videos | May 24, 2024

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Alito's Freak Flags / Haley Endorses Trump. 'We Are Cowardly' / Singing the Truth. The One Place You Can’t Say Trump Is a Criminal Defendant. The Debate Over the Anthropocene, Explained. Disneyland Workers Dispel the Fairytale.

Why Biden Should Run on Climate

Bill McKibben Common Dreams
It’s a strong triple threat to say: Trump will take away your rights. He will take away your democracy. And he will take away the planet you’ve known.

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Undone

Michelle Morin Canary Literary Review
South Dakota poet Michelle Morin takes a super-long view of climate change, with or without us.

Wisconsin on Earth Day: The Good, the Bad, and the Unexpected

Amy Barrilleaux Wisconsin Examiner
We know our health depends on the health of our planet. Clean Wisconsin, the state’s oldest environmental organization, was founded on the first Earth Day in 1970. But for all of us, every day is Earth Day.
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