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Redefining Work to Save the Planet

Jared Spears The Progressive
We upended our lives during the pandemic, but our response to what we know is happening to the planet has remained business-as-usual.

Fukushima: A Lasting Tragedy

H. Patricia Hynes Portside
The United States, the largest owner of nuclear power plants, promotes nuclear power as “safe and clean energy,” a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

China, 2049

Michael Klare Tom Dispatch
A Climate Disaster Zone, Not a Military Superpower

Too Hot to Work

Kristina Dahl and Rachel Licker Union of Concerned Scientists
Assessing the Threats Climate Change Poses to Outdoor Workers

Can We Demilitarize U.S. Policy in Africa?

Elizabeth Schmidt, William Minter Responsible Statecraft
The House passed a bill that sounds good, but doesn’t end Washington's failed, militarized approach or get to root problems.
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