In the wake of the devastation of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, while wildfires continue to rage across the West, it would seem like the perils of global warming are self-evident. And in fact, there’s one part of the U.S. government that, unlike President Trump, sees climate change as an undeniable danger: the military and Homeland … Continued
Guiding political*scientific strategy for a Renaissance of Reverent Ingenuity – Caroline hosts Nick Brana, chief catalyst for the Draft Bernie movement & conference (D.C. Sept 8-10) [https://draftbernie.org/] and welcomes back Rob Fanney (aka Robert Scribbler) among our most trust-worthy climate crisis guides as we consider our effective response to catastrophe [https://robertscribbler.com/].
Election Day is less than a week away—how can the top race be so close???? and other questions for progressives! PLUS: Tim DeChristopher in the role (missing) of the climate in political discourse. With host Kris Welch.
Host Antonia Juhasz is joined in studio by anti-war veterans with Iraq Veterans Against the War, Shawna Foster and Derek Matthews, who share their stories about organizing against hate and Islamophobia in the 2016 Presidential election with the #VetsVsHate campaign. And, having participated in the COP21 UN Climate Agreement negotiations in Paris in December with … Continued
This just in: President Obama has rejected the Keystone XL pipeline proposal. Activists say this is the start, not the end, of the battle. PLUS: the Obama administration released the text of the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement this week—over 6000 pages, most of it bad news for consumers. AND: anti-fracking activists in California, with prayers. … Continued
On Saudi Arabia’s bombing of Houthi rebels in Yemen with Sheila Carapico, professor of political science and international studies at the University of Richmond Lynn Ingram and Frances Malamud Roam co-authors of the book The West Without Water: What Past Floods, Droughts, and Other Climatic Clues Tell Us about Tomorrow