“COP26 is looking like one of the most inequitable, White, and segregated COPs to ever occur.”
A conversation with the Ugandan activist about her new book and how it helped her see climate change differently.
Occupy Wall Street gave the left ideas, skills, and a base in a way no one could have imagined a decade ago. The radicalization of a generation, the ability to easily explain class, the potential for mass nonviolent direct action, and crowbarring politics to let in socialist ideas and elected officials are all invaluable legacies.
The COP26 meeting is an opportunity for world leaders to prove me wrong, to show us that they can act boldly on climate change and do more than make empty promises.
The climate activist doesn’t mince words in holding world leaders accountable to the urgent demands of young organizers.
Older generations have generally favored “nowism,” which privileges short-term well-being at the expense of long-term environmental and societal sustainability. And today’s youth are done with it.
The Sunrise Movement and progressive allies are applying new strategies to turn out young voters—and to convince parents to pull the lever for Democrats.
Quannah Chasinghorse is continuing the legacy of Gwich’in women working to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Youth climate leaders in Colombia, Sudan, and Ghana embody the voice of reason by embracing science, encouraging evidence-based decision-making, and challenging disinformation.