Environment
Montana Judge Won’t Halt Gov. Greg Gianforte’s Aggressive Wolf Hunt
Ryan Devereaux – Nov. 30
The decision came as part of a lawsuit from environmental groups filed after the deadliest year for Yellowstone wolves since their reintroduction.
Lobbyist for Saudi Alfalfa Company Desiccating Arizona Was Elected to Maricopa County Board of Supervisors
Daniel Boguslaw – Nov. 28
Thomas Galvin lobbied on behalf of a Saudi company soaking up Arizona’s groundwater. He is now mediating an ongoing water dispute in neighboring Maricopa County.
Egypt’s Climate Summit Was a “Rehearsal” for COP28 in Dubai
Ben Kalina, Edgar Mannheimer – Nov. 26
Even in a police state, climate justice and human rights advocates found ways to come together and make their voices heard, but some worry about what comes next.
How Scientists From the “Global South” Are Sidelined at the IPCC
Christopher Ketcham – Nov. 17
Researchers say systemic bias at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has led to projections that perpetuate economic inequality.
Climate Crimes
The Hunger Striker vs. The Dictator
Naomi Klein, Mohammed Rafi Arefin – Nov. 14
The hunger strike of Egypt’s Alaa Abd El Fattah overshadows Sisi’s attempt to whitewash his regime’s human rights record at COP27.
The Fight to Stop Republicans From Killing Wolves and Grizzlies
Ryan Devereaux – Nov. 5
Two new lawsuits want to hold federal and state leaders accountable for failing to protect the iconic predators.
Nobel Laureates Press Egypt to Free Alaa Abd El Fattah, Writer on Hunger Strike, Before COP27
Robert Mackey – Nov. 2
Nobel winners have urged world leaders to use their remarks at the COP27 climate conference in Egypt to press for the release of political prisoners, including Alaa Abd El Fattah.
The War on Immigrants
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey Defies Biden With Border Wall Made of Shipping Containers
Ryan Devereaux – Oct. 29
The Biden administration remains silent as the Republican governor brazenly builds an ad hoc wall on protected lands.
In Pig Welfare Case, Supreme Court Could Doom State Regulatory Laws Aimed at Industry
Natasha Lennard – Oct. 10
The right-wing justices who claim to support “states’ rights” could once again expose their hypocrisy in the service of big business.
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