Montana is Melting Thanks to Fossil Fuel-Addicted Politicians 

It’s almost impossible to believe, but while Montanans are melting in record-high, triple-digit temperatures in June, mining and burning more coal as well as drilling and burning more oil and gas continues to be recklessly promoted by our politicians who are apparently blind to the severe drought, blistering temperatures and insect infestations as the climate-destroying More

Source: Montana is Melting Thanks to Fossil Fuel-Addicted Politicians – CounterPunch.org

Despite ‘Green Recovery’ Vows, G7 Nations Spent Billions More on Fossil Fuels Than Renewables Over Past Year 

“The recovery policies of some G7 nations threw major lifelines to the oil and gas industry, risking an increase in the production and lock-in of these energy systems for decades.”

Source: Despite ‘Green Recovery’ Vows, G7 Nations Spent Billions More on Fossil Fuels Than Renewables Over Past Year | Common Dreams News

When It Comes to the Climate Crisis, Those Responsible Should Be Held Accountable 

Along with many others, I’ve spent the last four years urging JPMorgan Chase to stop providing financial services to the fossil fuel industry. It’s been no easy task. Since the Paris Agreement was signed, Chase has loaned more than $317 billion to the fossil fuel industry—33% more than any other bank on the planet. Want to build a massive new tar sands pipeline? JPMorgan is your bank. What to build a vast new coal mine? Just give Chase CEO Jamie Dimon a call, he’s your man.

Source: When It Comes to the Climate Crisis, Those Responsible Should Be Held Accountable | Portside

Water is Life, Can We Protect It? –

From West Texas to Jackson, Mississippi, tens of millions of people struggled through late winter storms that froze pipes, broke water mains, and cut off electricity. They froze without showers, toilets, or washing machines — let alone drinking water — for days or even weeks. The irony that Texas, the state built on fossil fuels, More

Source: Water is Life, Can We Protect It? – CounterPunch.org