The next president should declare a Climate Emergency, which will give the president powers to act rapidly and decisively to confront the climate crisis. The president should also create a cabinet-level Office of Climate Mobilization for the coordination of all federal agencies in mobilizing the nation’s resources to achieve zero greenhouse gas emissions and 100% clean renewable energy by 2030.… Read more ...
Above: European Green parties rode a green wave in the European elections because of their policies for action climate chaos were consistent with the people’s demands for action on climate.
The Green Party of the United States congratulated Green Parties throughout Europe for their strong showing in the recent elections for European Parliament, where the Greens won 71 seats, up from 52.… Read more ...
“The United Nations climate summit (COP21) has failed to take the action necessary to prevent global climate catastrophe,” said Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein as she prepared to depart Paris, where she had participated in several COP-related events.
According to Stein, “The voluntary, unenforceable pledges being produced by COP21 are entirely insufficient to prevent catastrophic climate change.… Read more ...
From an article by Caroline Lucas, the first Green Member of Parliament in the UK, in the Guardian:
The new report – entitled The New Home Front – looks at the wartime experience of those on the “home front” in Britain and the lessons we can learn in facing today’s threats from climate change and the looming energy and resources crisis.
Open letter from Ralph Nader and several other people (see end of article for list) to Barack Obama posted at Nader.org:
Dear President Obama,
The U.S. government bailout of, and acquisition of a majority share in, General Motors was an exceptional action, taken in response to exceptional circumstances. The U.S. stake in GM obviously poses novel managerial challenges to the government.… Read more ...
COLUMBIA, SC — U.S. Senate candidate Tom Clements of the S. C. Green Party condemned Jim DeMint’s acceptance of corporate donations from British Petroleum (BP), saying “DeMint’s taking money from BP shows he’s in bed with the dirty industry Congress is supposed to regulate. DeMint has sold out to the highest bidder and stands with polluting companies against the environment and working people.”
A recent report published by the Climate Action Network found that leading European polluters are giving donations to members of the U.S.… Read more ...
Greens call for a new kind of national defense: defense against
catastrophic climate change
• “Life as we know it cannot survive business as usual”: Greens blast
Democrats and Republicans for rejecting even a compromised climate
change bill and for continuing to support offshore drilling,
mountaintop removal, and reliance on fossil fuels
• Green Party Speakers Bureau: Greens available to speak on global
Green Party Eco-Action Committee
WASHINGTON, DC — Green Party leaders and candidates called for
national defense against global warming, with a demand that Congress
cut military spending drastically and transfer the money to efforts to
stem the impending climate change catastrophe.… Read more ...