We urgently need to save what is left of the animal and plant world

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A curated collection of blog posts from across the web relating to climate change, with new ones added to as important, original articles become available. Contributors include CCR co-founder Mike Shatzkin and experts such as Gordian Raacke, John Englander, Steve Cohen, Richard Heede, Mary Foster Morgan, and Joel Stronberg, as well as friends of CCR such as authors Cyril Christo, Linda Sunshine, Abby Luby, Paige Peterson, and Biddle Duke.

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We urgently need to save what is left of the animal and plant world

We urgently need to save what is left of the animal and plant world
By 04/22/21
“Midway between ourselves and the colossal events in the sky, the great beings become interlocutors, whose lives sift the forces of the wind, and water and fire, seeming to say that all such phenomena ultimately are purposeful and ongoing expressions of a meaningful world.” —Paul Shepard, “The Others: How Animals Made…
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The Affairs of States: In the Greening of America (Part 2)

The Affairs of States: In the Greening of America (Part 2)
By 04/21/21
In a more perfect union, the federal government would be a better partner with state and local governments in the effort to slow, forestall, and adapt to Earth’s changing climate. As it has for most of the 21st century, the burden of response to the climate crisis rests heavily on…
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The Affairs of States: In the Greening of America

The Affairs of States: In the Greening of America
By 04/13/21
Hyper-partisanship is not just Washington’s affliction. We remain a nation of red states and blue states. President Biden has put forward an aggressive plan with which to combat Earth’s warm-ing. If the immediate past is prologue, there will be little permanence to anything his administration manages to accomplish absent Congressional…
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CCR ORIGINAL

Framing a discussion on nuclear power

Framing a discussion on nuclear power
By 04/09/21
I was delighted to be given the opportunity to sponsor this Our Energy Policy session on nuclear power. I want to tell you why. In 2016  I decided to devote most of my time to climate change. I had come to the conclusion that greenhouse gases would, if unchecked, be…
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