“A Green New Deal is a big, bold transformation of the economy to tackle the twin crises of inequality and climate change. It would mobilize vast public resources to help us transition from an economy built on exploitation and fossil fuels to one driven by dignified work and clean energy. The status quo economy leaves millions behind. While padding the pockets of corporate polluters and billionaires, it exposes working class families, communities of color, and others to stagnant wages, toxic pollution, and dead-end jobs.”
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The Democratic candidates sounded the alarm on climate change in the first presidential debates, but the discussion in June was so limited that they never really got into the details of how they’d solve the crisis.
Aug. 21st 2019
After a week of forest fires throughout the Amazon Rainforest, thousands of miles of dense forestry known as the lungs of the planets, scientists warn that more forestry management will be needed in the future.
Aug. 15th 2019
Our GND Story of the Week: The Guardian’s Sainato reports, “Appalachia’s main industry is dying and some workers are looking to a new economic promise after Trump’s proves empty.” Read the full story here.
Aug. 12th 2019
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns we have 11 to avoid the climate crisis becoming a catastrope.
We’ll need everyone to change how every aspect of fossil-fueled economy. Join us.