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Obama Carbon Colonialism and Climate Corruption Continue, Part 1

Editor's Note: This column was co-written by Paul Driessen and David Wojick. Part 1 of a 3-part series. It’s obscene enough when the Multilateral anti-Development Banks do it. But Trump agencies?!? In ... read more

World sees Obama as weak

CNN International and the BBC, among others, continue ... for past colonial sins. Obama persuaded the G-8 to increase from $15 billion to $20 billion over three years the money wealthy nations will se... read more

Bad Day at Turtle Bay

“[W]e continue to emphasize that ... for global cooperation on combating climate change and recovering from the worldwide recession. Obama said that while the West has “an obligation to lead” on reduc... read more

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Insight: Twenty years after a revolution: Resurgent Indonesia

Corruption has enabled the destroying of vast swathes of Kalimantan rainforests and Indonesia’s timid response represents a major setback for global efforts to combat climate change. Like the Amazon, ... read more


The Stories You Missed in 2010

But the route, a series of long supply lines snaking through the mountains and deserts of Central Asia, comes with its own, largely overlooked, set of headaches as political disputes, corruption, poor ... read more

Where should the elephants go?

Udayabhanu Prakash V, Hyderabad, India Protecting the remaining habitats of elephants and other endangered species is the most critical issue. Biodiversity loss should be interlinked with climate chan... read more

Climate Change, Extreme Weather, Destructive Lifestyles

This happens when so-called greenhouse gases (Carbon ... Temperatures continue to increase at around 0.17ºC per decade. One degree doesn’t sound like much but, as the extreme weather events show, the ... read more

Australia left behind on climate action

The Australian Government should like this. The world's superpowers look like they are getting it together on climate change. US president Barack Obama has announced a program to cut carbon emissions ... read more

Guest view: Ignoring climate change puts public at risk

As Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke toured California’s largest wildfire on record, he proclaimed that fires have “nothing to do with climate change.” A few days later, Zinke walked the statement backwar... read more

Climate change will make some tropical regions wetter – then dry them out

Some parts of South America are projected to get wetter this century due to climate change, but then dry out again ... But the zone of heavy rain is likely to continue moving south, leaving behind a d... read more

Revolution and Revolutionary Strategy in Latin America

This has always been true and will continue to be true for the struggle in Latin America. The politics and history of Latin America inform the struggle for Socialism in Latin America. The revolutionar... read more

Obama Carbon Colonialism and Climate Corruption Continue, Part 3

Editor's note: This column was co-authored by David Wojick. Authors' note: This is part three of a three-part series explaining how the U.S. Agency for International Development continues to use clima... read more



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