Our planet needs action on a truly planetary scale. That cannot be achieved overnight, and it cannot happen without the full engagement of those contributing most to the crisis, writes the UN secretary general.
Regenerating the planet through biodiversity-based ecological processes has become a survival imperative for the human species and all beings. It is not just a climate solution, but also a path to eradicating world hunger, explains Dr. Vandana Shiva.
A package of new economic justice bills aim to improve the lives of Americans living in poverty, including a resolution for the United States to finally ratify the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights.
The Sanders plan for a Green New Deal recognizes that unprecedented international cooperation will be needed—with the US doing its fair share—if we’re to have any hope of solving the climate crisis. By Tom Athanasiou for The Nation.