Ryan Grim and Emily Jashinsky reacts to the Supreme Court’s new ruling on how the EPA can regulate corporations.
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley It’s all coming down, dearest motherfuckers, and there isn’t a damn thing we can do to stop it. A lifetime of obsessive-compulsively reading the tea leaves of every dead white doomsayer from Karl Marx to Ted Kaczynski has […]
The Corbett Report Watch the video on Archive / BitChute / Odysee or Download the mp4 This week on the New World Next Week: the controlled demolition of the economy continues apace; France introduces climate lockdowns (exactly as predicted); and trust in the dinosaur media sinks to NEW all-time lows! CLICK HERE for show […]
Bill Spindle On the Grid in Leisang With every village in India electrified, the country’s challenge will be to meet growing energy demand with renewable sources. But can it afford to give up fossil fuels? Erica Getto Choreographed Uncertainty Even the most rigorous viewing of a Trisha Brown […]
Why are gas prices high? US fracking boom’s ending. By Ben Winck The very boom that bolstered the US’s energy independence is now making its gas-price problem much, much worse. For much of the past decade, fracking gave the US energy sector a massive tailwind. In the so-called […]
Krystal and Kyle discuss the coming global food crisis with climate journalist David Wallace-Wells and how it could lead to wars over resources
Geopolitics and Empire “What we are seeing is an empire which is losing its power. And I think that this century will be a century in which we will see the decay of U.S. imperialism.” Sacha Llorenti Vítězslav Kremlík: Climate Apocalypticism is Being Used as an Excuse for […]
Welcome back to another week with Krystal Kyle & Friends — one where we’re putting emphasis on the looming crisis that’s already starting to shape our world. This week’s guest, David Wallace-Wells, is a journalist whose work has inspired countless people to tune into the front of climate […]
Saagar takes a deeper look at the Biden administration’s executive order bailing out the Chinese solar panel industry as gas prices hit $5/gallon nationwide and Summer blackouts loom
Krystal and Saagar are joined by executive editor of The American Prospect David Dayen to better understand the gift provided by Biden to the solar industry lobby by halting China tariffs
New York Review of Books Sophie Pinkham A Hotter Russia The cliché, avidly promoted by Moscow, is that Russia will be a relative winner in climate change, but a new book argues that the country will find itself in trouble. Marina Warner Wimple Networks The scholars in Relations of […]
by Zack BudrykThe Hill Mass shooting suspects, including the man arrested for the recent Buffalo, N.Y., grocery store massacre, are increasingly invoking the so-called eco-fascist movement, which launders racist and anti-immigrant conspiracy theories through the lens of environmentalism. The Buffalo suspect, who has been charged with the murder […]
Lever News Reporter Julia Rock discusses President Biden’s push to squash a climate change lawsuit, which if successful could allow federal policies that enable fossil fuel development to be challenged as unconstitutional.
Ryan Grim details new developments in American energy policy and the solar industry.
After Saagar’s criticism of the solar power industry, Krystal and Saagar debate US energy policy in the short term and nuclear power’s PR battle going forward
Saagar dives into the state of the solar industry that is entirely outsourced to China and pressuring Democrats to fight tariffs designed to bolster US domestic capacity
By William T. Hathaway The financial wizards of Wall Street have devised a new way to profit from Mother Nature. They’ve created a class of stocks called Natural Asset Companies that will control the earth’s resources such as water, wildlife, forests, minerals, and farmland. The project was developed […]
by Don Fitz and Susan Armstrong The change in marijuana laws across the US raises issues far beyond, “Hey, dude, we can blow a joint now without getting busted.” The racism that permeated the age of criminalization now lurks throughout the phase of decriminalization. The burgeoning business of […]
Not necessarily related to the video, but I would posit that a significant reason for the Malthusianism and antinatalism on the contemporary western left is this underlying hatred of responsibility and personal obligation: they don’t want to be given the “burden” of raising children (and then moralize this […]
It’s like if a murderer wants his sentence lightened during trail by saying “But I used a sterilized knife and a condom during the act, I cared about the victim.” Unlike the former no one’s holding these mass murderers on trail.
The Lever’s David Sirota describes a disturbing trend of Big Oil’s influence in politics.
Todd Lewish will be discussing with James Kunstler his work on the Long Emergency; Tech Skepticism and the future we all can expect to live through.
By Peter Zeihan My fourth book, The End of the World Is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization is scheduled for release on June 14. In coming weeks we will be sharing graphics and excerpts, along with info on how to preorder. Much of the angst in geopolitics […]
By Peter Zeihan My fourth book, The End of the World Is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization is scheduled for release on June 14. In coming weeks we will be sharing graphics and excerpts, along with info on how to preorder. Is climate change important? Absolutely. But […]
Human rights lawyer Steven Donziger details his almost 1000-day detention after taking on Big Oil.
Krystal and Saagar talk live with Marshall and Kyle about the future of energy policy given geopolitical instability and rising gas prices as politicians incentives stray from the American public
As Oil Giants Turn to Bitcoin Mining, Some Spin Burning Fossil Fuels for Cryptocurrency as a Climate Solution
By Sharon Kelly, Desmog In a pilot project last year, ExxonMobil used up to 18 million cubic feet of gas per month to mine bitcoin in North Dakota. Flaring — or the burning of stranded natural gas directly at an oil well — is one of the drilling […]
Krystal and Saagar are joined by author and energy expert Meredith Angwin to better understand the benefits of nuclear power and why the talking points against it fall flat
Krystal and Saagar are joined by journalist for THE LEVER and elsewhere Adam Lowenstein to better understand how BlackRock will profit off climate change as part of the larger ESG scam
Ryan Grim and Robby Soave discuss President Biden’s 2023 budget proposal.
“Do you think a solar storm could cause a power outage?” “Well in my opinion, the sun goes up and then it goes down”
The American Prospect’s Lee Harris makes the case that climate change is a working-class problem.
by Don Fitz The September 2021 Scientific American included a description by the editors of the deplorable state of disaster relief in the US. They traced the root cause of problems with relief programs as their “focus on restoring private property,” which results in little attention to those […]
The Intercept’s Mara Hvistendahl details her interview with EcoHealth Alliance president Peter Daszak
UC Berkeley Ordered To CUT Enrollment After Housing Development SCRAPPED Over Environmental Concerns
Ryan Grim, Robby Soave, and Kim Iversen react to UC Berkeley slashing enrollment over California environmental laws.
Max Alvarez and Pamela Denise Long discuss a shocking new report showing over 170 million Americans suffer cognitive deficiencies as a result of lead poisoning.
Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave discuss the United Nations’ latest assessment of the dangers of the climate emergency.
Krystal and Saagar introduce a Breaking Points collaboration with Marshall Kosloff that will feature long form interviews with Marshall and leading thinkers across the political spectrum starting with Michael Shellenberger on the west’s green energy delusions as war breaks out in Ukraine
By Shrishtee Bajpai, Juan Manuel Crespo, Ashish Kothari Open Democracy From the border regions of South Asia to the Amazon rainforest, people are seeking new ways to organise societies that respect humans and nature. It is becoming increasingly obvious that we need to think about the problems of […]
Ryan Grim makes the case for lowering the price of gas by reducing demand, rather than increasing supply. WATCH HERE
Saagar makes the comprehensive case for large investments in nuclear power after President Biden ignored it during his state of the union speech
The Daily Poster’s Andrew Perez discusses corporate influence on our country’s climate crisis response.
In other words, there is the temporal self (personality) aspect of us that is always going to be changing and impermanent as it flows through the ever changing circumstances of life (negative and positive; duality)… AND there is the eternal observer within us that is ALWAYS present and […]
Would love to see the court apply the same logic to the DEA
Lisa Sachs on the environmental challenges of clean technology. On the shore of the Congo River in Kinshasa sits the Fleuve Congo Hotel, a five-star hotel with a weekly pool party in a country where most people subsist on less than $2 a day. The hotel hosts an ongoing […]
By Jack Phillips, Epoch Times Possibly hundreds of Porsches, Volkswagens, Bentleys, and Lamborghinis are marooned on a burning ship in the Atlantic Ocean after the crew abandoned the vessel earlier this week. According to the real-time data website FleetMon, which tracks ships, the Felicity Ace car carrier vessel’s […]
Ryan Grim discusses the role the private sector could play in mitigating the climate crisis, if forced to by the SEC.
#Russia has maintained a threatening posture against Ukraine, including maintaining approximately 100,000 troops near the Ukrainian border. The United States and the United Kingdom have taken the lead in crafting a set of financial sanctions they are threatening to levy against Russia in the case of any aggression. […]
The Average Chinese worker has seen their wages increase 500% in the last 15 years, they have laid 15,000miles of high-speed rail in the last 10 years. Now the Chinese have more high-speed rail than the rest of the world combined. China has seen the quickest and greatest […]
Webinar at 7 pm CT USA, Wed, Feb 2, 2022, 2021 If you are joining from Great Britain, 1:00 am, Thur, Feb 3, 2022 If you are joining from Australia, 12:00 pm noon, Thur, Feb 3, 2022 Many manufacturing and agricultural practices, especially animal confinement, degrade water quality. […]