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Nader on Senate’s Climate Stance, "Insanity" of U.S. Nukes, & Why Obama’s Min. Wage Hike Falls Short

"It’s not worth the risk in order just to boil water. That’s what the nuclear plants are all built for."

"This Should Not Come as a Surprise": Bill McKibben on Global Extreme Weather from U.S. to Sochi

While governors have declared states of emergency from Louisiana to New Jersey due to the massive snow and ice storm, other examples of extreme weather are being seen across the globe.

Debate: State Dept Moves Keystone XL Closer to Approval, But Does Conflict of Interest Taint Report?

A long-awaited report from the State Department has dealt a potential major blow to efforts to stop the Keystone XL oil pipeline.

Vandana Shiva & Jane Goodall on Serving the Earth & How Women Can Address Climate Crisis

Jane Goodall and Vandana Shiva discuss their decades of work devoted to protecting nature and saving future generations from the dangers of climate change.

"We Have to Consume Less": Scientists Call For Radical Economic Overhaul to Avert Climate Crisis

We turn now to a pair of climate scientists who are calling for what some may view as a shocking solution to the climate crisis: a rethinking of the economic order in the United States and other industrialized nations.

TPP Exposed: WikiLeaks Publishes Secret Trade Text to Rewrite Copyright Laws, Limit Internet Freedom

WikiLeaks has published the secret text to part of the biggest U.S. trade deal in history, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). For the past several years, the United States and 12 Pacific Rim nations have been negotiating behind closed doors on the sweeping agreement.

"We Are Living in the World Occupy Made": New York City Voters Elect Mayor Who Vows to Tax the Rich

We begin today with a look at how Tuesday’s election signaled a sea change in New York City as voters chose a candidate who repeatedly emphasized his progressive vision.

1 Year Later, Superstorm Sandy Strengthens Resolve for Community Solutions in Recovery, Rebuilding

Today marks the first anniversary of Superstorm Sandy hitting the New York region, becoming one of the most destructive storms in the nation’s history.

Two Years After Occupy Wall Street, a Network of Offshoots Continue Activism for the 99%

The movement is a network at this point and that is what is most important...that we met each other.

How do you instruct seven billion people how to relate to the Earth?

"We’re concerned about the future, we’re concerned about the Earth — seven generations hence — and the conduct of people," Oren says. 
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