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by Jeremy Brecher Published on Dollarsandsense.org in September/October of 2016 Today, there are 400 parts per million (PPM) of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, far above the 350 ppm climate scientists regard as the safe upper limit. Even in the unlikely event that all nations fulfill the greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction pledges they made at… Read More »
by Jeremy Brecher Published on www.commondreams.org on 29 September 2016 As United States Energy Transfers Partners began building the Dakota Access Pipeline through territory sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, the tribe began an escalating campaign against the pipeline. By this summer nearly 200 tribes around the country had passed resolutions opposing the pipeline… Read More »
by Jeremy Brecher published on truth-out.org on 25 May 2016 In a small church in the Albany, New York’s low-income, predominantly African-American South End, forty people were gathered for a community meeting. They were organizing a protest against trains carrying potentially explosive oil — dubbed by the residents “bomb trains” — that were running through… Read More »