My dad died last week of COVID-19. I don’t even live in New York. But the fighting words of Governor Andrew Cuomo helped me find meaning in my family’s loss.
A ginormous group of scientists warns that most nations’ climate plans are “totally inadequate” and urges action on six fronts from using energy to eating meat to shopping.
The Green New Deal conjures up images of its promoters, AOC, Bernie and other progressive Democrats. If you’re a left voter, that’s a plus. Otherwise, not so much.
“Climate is not a high enough priority for the public,” must be one of the most common complaints of climate activists. Fortunately, this problem has been solved before.
An activist law firm in the UK wants fossil fuel companies to add tobacco-style warning labels about the damage caused by using their product.
The Green New Deal has made climate a higher priority than ever on the left. Now, to reach the mainstream voters we need for success, we should appeal to different values.