Neoliberalism demands you stop driving and don’t use any electricity for 22 hours per day so these companies can keep polluting.
Global warming isn’t an individual problem and it won’t be solved by individuals. It’s a societal and economic issue and needs to be treated that way
A relatively small number of fossil fuel producers and their investors could hold the key to tackling climate change
Eva Bermúdez Zimmerman for Connecticut is the real deal! 100% support for her here!
Eva is a tireless fighter for justice, and an organizer herself. She’s fighting for the working class, a $15 min wage, to tax the rich,the legalization of cannabis, and for both *tuition free public higher ed AND pre-K*
(if you can, volunteer at a polling place contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
After Denver hired homeless people to shovel mulch and perform other day labor, more than 100 landed regular jobs
A Federal work program should be created for anyone who is unemployed. A National Job Guarantee would be revolutionary and help the entire country.
“When you take a good person (who’s) down, broken, discouraged, and you give them an opportunity to be proud of their self — to stand up and do something for their self — that’s one of the greatest gifts anybody can give to anybody,” said Maes, 57. “And for that, I’d like to say thank you.”
City officials on Tuesday announced plans to expand the city-funded Denver Day Works day-labor program for the homeless in the coming year after a successful pilot.
Still waiting for a town in my “super progressive blue state” to commit to this
Conservative or not, the decision is going to save them thousands of dollars.
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“Jacobson, director of Stanford’s Atmosphere/Energy Program, said the researchers found that — rather than harming the economy and taking away jobs, as critics contend — the shift to wind and solar would create a net of more than 20 million full-time jobs worldwide.”
A research group based at Stanford University has drawn a plan for nations to reduce global warming by relying on solar and wind power.
“A bipartisan group of mayors from across the country has unanimously backed an ambitious commitment for US cities to run entirely on renewable sources such as wind and solar by 2035.”
Leaders from more than 250 cities unanimously back a resolution to reach clean energy goal at the US Conference of Mayors in Miami Beach