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The theology of police authority: the impact of Romans 13

A deep dive into the inner workings of a church in Kenosha, WI that espouses the scripture of Romans 13 to imbue police authority with…

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Year in Climate Crisis: Fossil Fuels Expansion, Scary Science and Global Activism

The Real News Network’s Steve Horn and Dimitri Lascaris talk about the 2019’s biggest climate stories. The post Year in Climate Crisis: Fossil Fuels Expansion,…

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Covering Climate Now

Public awareness of the climate crisis has turned a corner. More people than ever understand not only that it’s real and human-caused, but also that…

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Solar Energy Is Renewable, But Is It Environmentally Just (1/2)

Dustin Mulvaney speaks about his new book which explores the complex environmental and social impacts of the global solar industry The post Solar Energy Is…

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The Land Politics of Solar Energy (2/2)

In part 2 of his interview on his new book, Dustin Mulvaney examines the complicated environmental impact—and political economy—of U.S. solar projects, and explains his…

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Earth Day: How Can Climate Activists Fight Misinformation?

Award-winning filmmaker Josh Fox talks about his new book, The Truth Has Changed, and how climate movements can—and must—fight misinformation campaigns The post Earth Day:…

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Fossil Fuel Trade Associations Spent $1.4 Billion on Ads in Past Decade

The American Petroleum Institute spent over half of that total on contracts with the PR giant Edelman, says Kert Davies of Climate Investigations Center The…

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Push to Reverse Obscure Shipping Law Could Flood Puerto Rico with Fracked Gas

By Steve Horn In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, the September 2017 climate change-fueled disaster which devastated Puerto Rico and left over 3,000 people dead,…

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Puerto Rico Faces a Flood of Fracked Gas in Wake of Hurricane Maria

The gas industry and its allies in Congress hope to push LNG exports to the island’s electricity grid, ravaged from climate change-fueled natural disaster The…

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Bills Criminalizing Pipeline Protest Arise in Statehouses Nationwide

By Steve Horn The oil and gas industry has started its 2019 lobbying efforts with a bang. Eight different statehouses across the nation are considering…

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