Annals of a Warming Planet
No Comment: The Debate Is a Reminder That, Right Now, Words Don’t Mean Much
If Donald Trump gets another ruinous term, our federal government will spend the next critical years stoking the fires that are now heating our planet. By Bill McKibben September 30, 2020
A Post-Ginsburg Court Could Be One More Climate Obstacle
Even the most modest version of the Green New Deal could face an immediate Court challenge and, quite possibly, bleak prospects in a new judiciary. By Bill McKibben September 23, 2020
In a Historic Wildfire Season, It’s Time to Follow the Lead of Young Campaigners
Faced with historic wildfires on the West Coast and in Siberia, it’s tempting to simply give up. But giving up is generational aggression: it consigns the planet’s young people to an ever-grimmer planet. By Bill McKibben September 16, 2020
With a New Pipeline in East Africa, an Oil Company Flouts France’s Leadership on Climate
Total’s oil imperialism in Africa is giving the lie to President Emmanuel Macron’s soaring climate rhetoric. By Bill McKibben September 10, 2020
How Fast Is the Climate Changing?: It’s a New World, Each and Every Day
We get a sense of what a warming globe feels like—each second, trapping the heat equivalent of four Hiroshima-sized bombs exploding—when we have a week like the one we just came through. By Bill McKibben September 3, 2020
On Climate Change, We’ve Run Out of Presidential Terms to Waste
If there’s going to be effective American action, it’s going to have to come from Joe Biden. By Bill McKibben August 26, 2020
Will Kamala Harris Act Boldly on Climate Change?
The Democratic Party’s pick for Vice-President has made sweeping promises, but her track record is mixed. By Bill McKibben August 19, 2020
The World Has Reached Decision Time on the Climate Crisis
In 2020, biology, history, and physics are making the choice between transformation or disintegration clearer than ever. By Bill McKibben August 12, 2020
Trump Tries to Make It Hard for Anyone Else to Behave Ethically, Either
The Labor Secretary, Eugene Scalia, has proposed new rules regarding socially responsible pension investing. By Bill McKibben August 5, 2020
How Hot Will the Future Feel?
In the twenty-first century, when survival depends on an ability to handle chaos, the damage that comes from rising temperatures will ultimately be less telling than our collective capacity to respond. By Bill McKibben July 29, 2020 Sections News & Politics Culture Business, Science & Tech Humor Cartoons Books & Fiction Magazine Photography Video Podcasts More Newsletters About Careers Contact FAQ Media Kit Press Accessibility Help
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