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Celia Bottger

Puerto Rican movements are rebuilding their island in a way that not only enhances climate resilience, but also reclaims their political power.

The post This Hurricane Season, Puerto Ricans Are Imagining a Sustainable Future appeared first on The Nation.

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Sophie Kasakove

The author discusses what we can do as rising waters reshape the American coastline.

The post Is It Time to Retreat From the Sea? A Q&A With Elizabeth Rush appeared first on The Nation.

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Alyssa Battistoni

Hobbes for an age of accelerated climate change.

The post What Will the State Look Like in an Era of Ecological Disaster? appeared first on The Nation.

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Start Making Sense, Jon Wiener

Plus Andrew Bacevich on our endless wars and Robert Edelman on the World Cup.

The post Catastrophic Climate Change Is Not an ‘Environmental’ Issue: Bill McKibben appeared first on The Nation.

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Bill McKibben

To face it, Washington needs to end the subsidies that enrich the hydrocarbon industry.

The post Climate Change Is Our Most Critical National-Security Challenge appeared first on The Nation.

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Anna Lappé

By banning the toxic pesticide chlorpyrifos, the state is doing what the EPA refuses to do—protect its residents’ health.

The post Hawaii Just Made a Brilliant End Run Around Scott Pruitt’s EPA appeared first on The Nation.

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Audrea Lim

As climate change alters how and where food is grown, Puerto Rico’s agro-ecology brigades serve as a model for sustainable farming.

The post Can Farming Save Puerto Rico’s Future? appeared first on The Nation.

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David Helvarg, Bill McKibben

The March for the Ocean is promoting a rapid transition from drilling and spilling to clean, job-generating renewable energy.

The post Trump Wants to Expand Oil Drilling to 90 Percent of Our Seas. We’re Marching on June 9 to Stop Him. appeared first on The Nation.

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Tekendra Parmar

The plight of a wheelchair-bound professor reveals India’s “Terminator-like” attacks on dissent.

The post The Persecution of GN Saibaba and India’s ‘Annihilation’ of the Resistance appeared first on The Nation.

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Sophie Kasakove

Dispatches from the urban resistance, from Chicago to Minneapolis and beyond.

The post Sanctuary Cities Are Fighting the Trump Administration—and Winning appeared first on The Nation.

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