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Downtown Miami, 2015

Cap and Adapt: A Failsafe Plan for the Climate Emergency (Resilience)

That Green Growth at the Heart of the Green New Deal? It’s Malignant (Green Social Thought)

An Engineer, an Economist, and an Ecomodernist Walk Into a Bar and Order a Free Lunch . . . (Climate & Capitalism)

How We Burned Through a Whole Hemisphere in Just 500 Years: An Interview with Donald Worster (see p. 10)

Are Driverless Cars a Good Way to Help Stop Greenhouse Warming, or Is Greenhouse Warming Used as a Pretext for Selling Driverless Cars? (Green Social Thought)

Cornucopian Renewable-Energy Claims Leave Poor Nations in the Dark (Green Social Thought)

For Climate Mobilization, Look to 1960s Vietnam before Turning to 1940s America (Green Social Thought)

Betting the Earth on a game of rock-paper-scissors (Counterpunch)

Renewables alone won’t save us (Dissent)

Before Maria, forcing Puerto Rico to pay its debt was odious. Now, it’s pure cruelty. (Climate and Capitalism)

Miami's close call with Irma may make climate-blind developers even more reckless (VICE Motherboard)

100-percent wishful thinking: the green-energy cornucopia (Resilience)

For climate justice, it's the 33 percent who will have to pick up the tab (Alternet)

The Merkley-Sanders climate bill isn't a launchpad - it's quicksand (Alternet)

The climate may or may not survive electoral democracy. It won't survive capitalism (Counterpunch)

Can radical climate action be more effective in the Trump era? (Counterpunch)

If there's a World-War-II style climate mobilization, it has to go all the way and then some (Counterpunch)