OPINION

Climate Accountability Is a Solution—Why Isn't It Treated Like One?
Climate accountability isn't about pointing fingers or assigning blame, it's a necessary first step to solving the problem.
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Only Regulation Will Tackle This Potent Climate-changing Gas
Phasing out HFC refrigerants could create tens of thousands of jobs while helping the climate. So Congress ought to act.
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Readers Respond: Michael Shellenberger and Apocalypse Never
Amory Lovins, David Lowry, Kert Davies take issue with a well-known contrarian's takes on nuclear power, Obama-era policy.
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Apocalypse Maybe: Michael Shellenberger’s Book and the Problem with Either/Or Arguments on Climate

Apocalypse Maybe: Michael Shellenberger’s Book and the Problem with Either/Or Arguments on Climate

"Apocalypse Never" could have been a useful critique of the environmental movement, but it's become a climate denier favorite instead.
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As The New York Times Thinks Through Its Op-ed Policy, Will It Stop Publishing Climate Denial?

As The New York Times Thinks Through Its Op-ed Policy, Will It Stop Publishing Climate Denial?

The "marketplace of ideas" at the nation's paper of record shouldn't include debunked arguments attempting to discredit climate science.
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Racial Justice Is Climate Justice — and It Can’t Wait

Racial Justice Is Climate Justice — and It Can’t Wait

"Yes, individual people are often racist. But the bigger problem is the way racism is baked into our institutions."
Across the U.S., Anti-Protest Laws Target Movements for Climate and Racial Justice

Across the U.S., Anti-Protest Laws Target Movements for Climate and Racial Justice

If politicians believe Black lives matter, they should reject the anti-protest laws sweeping through state legislatures since Ferguson and Standing Rock.
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From the Streets to the Courts, Fossil Fuel Is Trying to Outlaw Climate Accountability

From the Streets to the Courts, Fossil Fuel Is Trying to Outlaw Climate Accountability

Powerful industries and political groups are trying to make it even harder to take companies to court when they harm the public.
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Climate Accountability Is a Solution—Why Isn't It Treated Like One?

Climate Accountability Is a Solution—Why Isn’t It Treated Like One?

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Climate accountability isn't about pointing fingers or assigning blame, it's a necessary first step to solving the problem.
Only Regulation Will Tackle This Potent Climate-changing Gas

Only Regulation Will Tackle This Potent Climate-changing Gas

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Phasing out HFC refrigerants could create tens of thousands of jobs while helping the climate. So Congress ought to act.
Readers Respond: Michael Shellenberger and Apocalypse Never

Readers Respond: Michael Shellenberger and Apocalypse Never

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Amory Lovins, David Lowry, Kert Davies take issue with a well-known contrarian's takes on nuclear power, Obama-era policy.
Apocalypse Maybe: Michael Shellenberger’s Book and the Problem with Either/Or Arguments on Climate

Apocalypse Maybe: Michael Shellenberger’s Book and the Problem with Either/Or Arguments on Climate

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"Apocalypse Never" could have been a useful critique of the environmental movement, but it's become a climate denier favorite instead.
As The New York Times Thinks Through Its Op-ed Policy, Will It Stop Publishing Climate Denial?

As The New York Times Thinks Through Its Op-ed Policy, Will It Stop Publishing Climate Denial?

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The "marketplace of ideas" at the nation's paper of record shouldn't include debunked arguments attempting to discredit climate science.
Racial Justice Is Climate Justice — and It Can’t Wait

Racial Justice Is Climate Justice — and It Can’t Wait

"Yes, individual people are often racist. But the bigger problem is the way racism is baked into our institutions."