Posts Tagged: Bill McKibben

No More Red Scares: Fighting Fair Against Keystone XL and Fossil Fuels

On January 28, California environmental activist and billionaire money-manager Tom Steyer aired a national anti-Keystone XL pipeline ad before and after the State of the Union Address on MSNBC. The one-minute ad, titled “Suckers” and produced by Steyer’s NexGen Climate group, sidelines

No More Red Scares: Fighting Fair Against Keystone XL and Fossil Fuels

On January 28, California environmental activist and billionaire money-manager Tom Steyer aired a national anti-Keystone XL pipeline ad before and after the State of the Union Address on MSNBC. The one-minute ad, titled “Suckers” and produced by Steyer’s NexGen Climate group, sidelines

Late-Game Hustle: Fossil Fuel Exports and the Pacific Northwest

This article is a follow-up to an earlier introduction to the coal export issue in the pacific northwest.  It is not a comprehensive list of all energy export proposals, but an overview of significant developments and upcoming responses. It was

Late-Game Hustle: Fossil Fuel Exports and the Pacific Northwest

This article is a follow-up to an earlier introduction to the coal export issue in the pacific northwest.  It is not a comprehensive list of all energy export proposals, but an overview of significant developments and upcoming responses. It was

God’s Taunt

If you sometimes feel churchy on Sunday, please try Bill McKibben’s beautiful sermon at New York’s Riverside Church on the moral imperative of the climate crisis. If you don’t know McKibben yet, he’s the reason I feel radicalized, not deadened,

God’s Taunt

If you sometimes feel churchy on Sunday, please try Bill McKibben’s beautiful sermon at New York’s Riverside Church on the moral imperative of the climate crisis. If you don’t know McKibben yet, he’s the reason I feel radicalized, not deadened,

A No From The Yeses

Anyone who has done non-profit or volunteer work knows that the weight of institutional history, or even simple bureaucracy, can get in the way of feeling you are effecting the change you signed on to effect. The inertia from the

A No From The Yeses

Anyone who has done non-profit or volunteer work knows that the weight of institutional history, or even simple bureaucracy, can get in the way of feeling you are effecting the change you signed on to effect. The inertia from the