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The environmental activists want the DNC to reverse its position against hosting a climate change debate for presidential candidates.
Sunrise Movement activists were joined by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Bernie Sanders, and Ed Markey at the final stop on the group’s road trip.
AOC fueled her rise, and the rise of a movement, by deftly combining on-the-ground organizing with sophisticated targeting on Facebook.
Days before the anniversary of the deadly Camp Fire that killed 86 people, a community in California unveiled a plan to adopt its own Green New Deal.
The Democratic Party is less than enthusiastic about two rising third-party campaigns, echoing national tensions between progressives and the establishment.
Betsy Reed hosts this week’s Intercepted. Guests include whistleblower Edward Snowden, The Intercept’s Naomi Klein, Sharon Lerner, and more.
It’s not as if all VSCO Girls are sleeper climate champions. But as climate organizing has come to involve more people, it sucks the trends of the day up.
There is evidence that some groups on the left are willing to moderate their maximalist opposition to investing in carbon-capture technology.
Everyone is needed in the climate fight, including brand ambassadors. But is the Senate Democrats’ Special Committee on the Climate Crisis doing everything it can?
Oil companies and centrist Democrats have started to sound a lot alike on climate policy.