Climate

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
While few local governments have taken any serious steps to address for the pending climate crisis, the city of Burlington, Vermont—home to roughly 42,000 people—now boasts a 100 percent renewable energy supply. Earlier this month, Burlington Electric Department announced the purchase of the 7.4-megawatt Winooski One hydroelectric project on the...
Sarah Lazare
What does climate change have to do with capitalism? According to "Flood Wall...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Timing matters. The calendar is counting. The clock is ticking. The planet is...

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ExxonMobil is continuing its obscenely profitable ($420 billion in sales), ethically deplorable (duh) rampage across the globe, with new projects in Norway, Tanzania, Vietnam and drilling in the Russian Arctic. In response, the brutally honest ExxonHates.com campaign by a coalition of environmental groups has released Exxon Hates the World. Evidently. From the smirking narrator, "The hotter the world gets, the more money we make...Wind and solar? Nice try, hippie."