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Apr 30, 2020

The pandemic continues to wreak havoc on public health and people’s livelihoods.

But remember folks, there’s a Presidential election on the other side of all of this.

New York Times Columnist Tom Friedman discusses whether Joe Biden will step up on climate if he makes it to the White House, and why mother nature...


Apr 24, 2020

Youth climate organizers were deep in the process of planning a series of mass mobilizations for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Then, a global pandemic hit.

So they had to completely rethink their approach. They needed to translate an event that included striking in the streets and other in-person actions into...


Apr 23, 2020

Hospitals overcrowded. Frontline workers at risk. And everyone else stuck at home. The coronavirus outbreak has laid bare a nation woefully ill-equipped to meet this challenge.

If we couldn’t find a way to work together in this moment of crisis — what hope do we have of uniting against the climate crisis?

We sat...


Apr 16, 2020

Bernie Sanders has officially ended his bid for the presidency and endorsed Joe Biden. Most of his other former Democratic challengers have now thrown their support behind him too. 

But will Biden be able to earn the support of progressive voters and unify the party — and could climate be the lynchpin issue that wins...


Apr 9, 2020

The congressional stimulus package will send trillions of dollars to families and businesses amid the pandemic — but you won’t find many concessions to climate groups. That’s because prominent Republicans fought tooth and nail to make sure green measures didn’t make the cut.

How will Democrats handle Republican...