For Rich Countries To Honor Their Climate Debt, Tax Multinationals

By Léonce Ndikumana, Common Dreams. -

For once, most of the debtors are not in Africa, but in the North. I am not talking money, but about climate debt, as natural disasters are multiplying and the fight against climate change has [...]

UN-Backed Banker Alliance Announces ‘Green’ Plan

By Whitney Webb, Mintpress News. -

On Wednesday, an “industry-led and UN-convened” alliance of private banking and financial institutions announced plans at the COP26 conference to overhaul the role of global and regional [...]

Glasgow First Draft Text Revealed

By Greenpeace International. -

Glasgow, Scotland – The first draft of the Glasgow final decision text at COP26 completely fails to mention fossil fuels, despite expert consensus on the need to end new coal, oil and gas [...]

‘Every Turn In This Case Has Been Another Brick Wall’

By Janine Jackson, Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting. -

Janine Jackson: I will introduce our guest essentially the same way I did in May 2017: When we talk about environmental justice, the emphasis is usually on the first word. That might be what [...]

Bob Gill Outlines The US Corporate Takeover Of The British NHS

By Lowkey, Mintpress News. -

The British National Health Service (NHS) once stood as an internationally renowned example of a tax-funded health system that delivered public-health services to millions of British citizens, [...]

Corporate Criminal Law Doesn’t Exist

By Russell Mokhiber, Corporate Crime Reporter. -

That’s the conclusion of two rising young stars in the corporate crime academic world – Iowa Law School Professor Mihailis Diamantis and Michigan Ross School of Business Professor Will Thomas in [...]

Directors Of World’s Top Insurance Companies Tied To Pollution

By Rachel Sherrington, DeSmog Blog. -

Just over half of all directors at 30 of the world’s largest insurance companies have affiliations to polluting companies and organisations, reveals an investigation by DeSmog, including several [...]

The Anonymous Executioners Of The Corporate State

By Chris Hedges, ScheerPost.com. -

Judge Loretta Preska, an adviser to the conservative Federalist Society, to which Chevron is a major donor, sentenced human rights attorney and Chevron nemesis Steven Donziger to six months in [...]

Farmers And Civil Society Reject Corporate UN Food Systems Summit

By Margaret Flowers, Clearing the FOG. -

The World Economic Forum and Gates Foundation are convening a food summit through the United Nations on September 23. Global farmer, peasant and fishing coalitions have called a boycott of the [...]

US Corporate Media Watch

By Richard Medhurst And Roberto Sirvent, Black Agenda Report. -

The idea of achieving women’s emancipation through military occupation is a farce. You cannot have women’s rights, human rights or any rights when you live under the military rule of a foreign [...]

On Contact: The Corporatization Of Science

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

Science in the United States almost exclusively serves the interests of corporate and military power. Science historian Clifford Conner writes that the corruption of scientific endeavor exploded [...]

Report Details Corporate Landlord Gluttony As Millions Face Eviction

By Jake Johnson, Common Dreams. -

Despite their loud public complaints to lawmakers about the supposed "economic hardships" caused by the CDC's now-terminated eviction moratorium, large real estate companies have privately touted [...]

America’s Merchants Of Death Then — And Now

By Sam Pizzigati, Common Dreams. -

The tag “merchants of death” has long since disappeared from our American political lexicon. But the problem Nye named remains. Our contemporary corporate moguls are continuing to get rich off [...]

Keep Big Oil Out Of Public Science

By Alice Procter, Tribune Magazine. -

It feels so tired to be going through another museum sponsorship drama. Accepting money from a fossil fuel company? In this climate? How quaint. We’ve had this conversation before; we know that [...]

Time For Medicare For All

By Jake Johnson, Common Dreams. -

The United States spends far more of its GDP on healthcare than other rich countries yet still has the highest infant and maternal mortality rates, the lowest life expectancy at age 60, and the [...]