2022-01-15: News Headlines

WSWS (2022-01-15). Growing support for Southern California trash collection workers as local government seeks to break month-long strike. wsws.org As a public health emergency is declared in light of infestations and contamination, Republic Services is enlisting city employees and volunteers as scab labor.

deweylaura (2022-01-14). Connecticut's push for wind energy fuels Green New Deal. cpusa.org Opportunities developing offshore wind power off the U.S. East Coast can play a significant role in generating future sustainable energy production. These renewable energy projects will replace fossil fuel—generated energy, which contributes to global warming and climate change. Offshore sustainable wind energy projects are needed as soon as possible to counter the accelerating impacts …

Julia Rock (2022-01-14). Protecting Homes From The Next Climate Firestorm. dailyposter.com

Jan Ole Arps, Guido Speckmann (2022-01-14). Destroying what is destroying the planet? indybay.org The decisions of the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow are a disaster. They seal the course for a drastic and irreversible heating of the earth, which threatens the survival of hundreds of millions of people and countless animal and plant species. Does the climate movement have to resort to more radical means to increase the pressure?>

sputniknews (2022-01-14). Oops Moment: India's BJP Politician Reaches Out to Voter Taking Bath in Viral Video. sputniknews.com Ahead of state assembly polls, the Election Commission of India has banned physical rallies, prompting politicians to do door-to-door campaigning. In India's most populous state, Uttar Pradesh, it looks like some politicians can't afford to waste any chance to personally woo voters.

Editor (2022-01-14). The Movement to Shut Down Red Hill Forced a Concession from the U.S. Navy. The Fight Continues. scheerpost.com Oahu Water Protectors and supporters demonstrate in opposition to the Red Hill fuel tanks. (Honolulu Civil Beat) | By Sam Carliner / After more than a month of fierce struggle, water protectors in O'ahu have won a first victory over the U.S. Navy. On January 10, the navy

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