Thursday, 9 December , 2021

multinationals

‘It Was Entirely Avoidable’: Rich Countries Blamed as New Covid Variant...

"Allowing new variants to emerge and spread, 13 months into the vaccine era, is a policy choice by the rich world." By Jake Johnson November 26, 2021...

After the failure of Cop26, there’s only one last hope for...

It’s too late for incremental change. By mobilising just 25% of people, we can flip social attitudes towards the climate By George Monbiot 14 Nov 2021 Now...

Just 90 companies caused two-thirds of man-made global warming emissions

Chevron, Exxon and BP among companies most responsible for climate change since dawn of industrial age, figures show By Suzanne Goldenberg Wed 20 Nov 2013 The climate...

The Facebook papers – a newsletter from Mother Jones

October 26, 2021 Move aside, Pandora Papers. The Facebook Papers have entered the building. You've likely heard about bits and pieces of these documents over the...

Big Pharma’s Dems Score Ad Blitz

A front group for Big Pharma is running ads backing the House Democrats who are trying to gut the party’s plan to cut drug...

Europe’s Big Polluters Want to Ensure the EU Doesn’t Limit Their...

The European Union is weighing major climate legislation to scale back emissions across the continent. But there’s a familiar foe mobilizing to scale back...

The five corrupt pillars of climate change denial

By Jack Marley November 28, 2019 The fossil fuel industry, political lobbyists, media moguls and individuals have spent the past 30 years sowing doubt about the...

WHO Decries Vaccine Inequity as a ‘Shame on All Humanity’ as...

"The divide between the haves and have-nots will only grow larger if manufacturers and leaders prioritize booster shots over supply to low- and middle-income...

Apocalypse or cooperation?

By by Jayati Ghosh Aug.14, 2021 The Apocalypse is now. That is the glaring message of the perfect storm of COVID-19 and climate change that has...

‘Merkel’s Delay Could Kill Us All’: Protesters Demand Germany Stop Obstructing...

"We cannot afford any more deaths at the hands of vaccine nationalism and pharma monopolies," said Rep. Jan Schakowsky. "We need shots in arms...