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Jonathan Chait Is Wrong: The Keystone XL Fight Is An Excellent Strategy And Tactic
Published ClimateProgress.org  10/31/2013
Although 70+ million Americans are concerned about climate change, there was until Keystone no grassroots climate movement to speak of. Is it possible we are going to avert catastrophic climate change without an energized movement, without there being a political cost for opposing climate action?The
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Climate Scientists Fight Back: Google’s Support For Inhofe ‘Increases Risk To All Society’
Published ClimateProgress.org  7/24/2013
As grassroots climate activists greet Google employees in Mountain View, CA, to protest Google’s support of climate deniers today, several of the world’s top climate scientists are also speaking out. Despite Inhofe’s long record of attacking climate science on behalf of carbon
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Video: Robert Redford tells President Obama it’s time to lead “America on a path to cleaner, safer energy”
Published ClimateProgress.org  5/19/2010 3:07:05 PM
UPDATE: The video of Redford on MSNBC’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann is at the end. Robert Redford calls on the President to get off his butt and start leading America away from dirty fossil fuels toward a clean energy future — in a video and blog post: Okay, the “get off his butt” part was my

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Earth Day Cartoons
Published ClimateProgress.org  4/21/2010 11:43:30 AM
MSNBC has posted a bunch of Earth Day cartoons by top cartoonists (here).  Lots of focus on global warming.  Here’s “The Quack and the Faker”: That’s Pat Bagley of the Salt Lake Tribune. Here’s Olle Johansson, a Swedish freelancer: And here’s Steve Greenberg of LA:
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Let’s rename Earth Day - Affection for our planet is misdirected and unrequited. We need to focus on saving ourselves.
Published ClimateProgress.org  4/21/2010 4:36:45 PM
In 2008, I wrote a piece for Salon about renaming ‘Earth’ Day. It was supposed to be mostly humorous. Or mostly serious. Anyway, the subject of renaming Earth Day seems more relevant than ever because this is the 40th anniversary. In a 2009 interview last year, our Nobel-prize winning Energy
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Denis Hayes explains why you should come to the “largest climate rally ever” on the DC Mall April 25 - Come hear everyone from James Hansen to James Cameron, from Sting to me. Let''''s show the Tea Partiers what a real crowd looks like.
Published ClimateProgress.org  4/18/2010 3:54:25 PM
Earth Day Network is organizing a huge event on the Mall in Washington DC on April 25. The goal is to demand tough, effective climate legislation and a swift transition away from 19th century energy sources. “So what?” you may be asking yourself. There have been a lot of climate rallies over the
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