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Raina Lipsitz

The credit goes to the activists who pushed it for more than three years.

The post New York Is About to Pass One of the Most Ambitious Climate Bills in the Land appeared first on The Nation.

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Our Readers

The post Letters From the July 1-8, 2019, Issue appeared first on The Nation.

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Liza Featherstone

Another reader asks about his “so-called” Christian sister.

The post Why Should I Embrace This Abomination of a Future? appeared first on The Nation.

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Angely Mercado

The nascent activist movement has continued to expand across the world, and politicians are taking notice.

The post The Youth Climate Movement Is Just Getting Started appeared first on The Nation.

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Nick Aspinwall

An ambitious plan to improve Manila’s water shortage is leaving Filipino villagers high and dry.

The post Duterte’s Chinese-Funded Dam Will Displace Indigenous Communities appeared first on The Nation.

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Chris Gelardi, Sophia Perez

Residents of the US commonwealth have discovered an apparently illegal Navy strategy to help it construct Pacific bombing ranges.

The post ‘This Isn’t Your Island’: Why Northern Mariana Islanders Are Facing Down the US Military appeared first on The Nation.

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Caroline Preston

Many educators say school boards and education groups should speak out on climate inaction, but those calls aren’t always being well-received.

The post ‘This Is Wholesale Child Neglect’: The Silence of School Leaders on the Climate Crisis appeared first on The Nation.

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John Nichols

The DNC has made a morally and practically wrong choice with its rejection of proposals for a debate on the existential issue of our time.

The post Dammit, Democrats! Organize a Climate Debate! appeared first on The Nation.

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Ben Ehrenreich

The alternative is the death of millions and a world fractured by nationalism.

The post Open Borders Must Be Part of Any Response to the Climate Crisis appeared first on The Nation.

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Wen Stephenson

“We didn’t ask to have the responsibility of protecting human civilization on our shoulders. But we’re stepping up to the plate.”

The post Varshini Prakash of the Sunrise Movement on Climate Justice, the Green New Deal, and Revolution appeared first on The Nation.

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