Seventeen critical years after the Kyoto Protocol signing, climate activists have come to realize that when our governments are bought and sold, policy shifts must begin in the streets. Compromised politicians will not willingly act to save the ecological balance of the planet.
Continue reading Dark Money Corruption of Democracy Forces Climate Change Direct Action and Mass Mobilization
Installing smart meters in every house in the UK will save consumers “only 2%” on their annual bills, a committee of MPs has warned
Continue reading MPs: Smart meter savings too small
The halls of Bayside High were pretty boring. That’s the takeaway from Lifetime’s heavily promoted, blandly executed TV movie on the making of ’Saved By the Bell.’
Continue reading How Bad Was the Saved By the Bell Movie?
The Yazidis, members of an ancient religious sect, fled when the Islamic State overran their homes. Now they’re trapped with no food or water. Will the U.S. step in to help save them?
Continue reading Will the US Watch ISIS Starve Thousands?
Finally, we can build a consensus of outrage over climate change. Forget sea levels. It is endangering tequila. Save the blue agave!
Continue reading How Climate Change is Murdering Tequila
One played his heart out the entire game, the other strode in at the very end to save two penalty kicks and send the Orange Crush to the semifinals.
Continue reading The Netherlands Put on Goalie Theater
‘Life Itself’ chronicles the life of revered film critic Roger Ebert, from his days as a boozy newspaperman to his heroic battle against cancer—and how he saved Martin Scorsese.
Continue reading The Tearjerker of the Year