Margaret Klein Salamon, The Hill

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Past articles by Margaret:

Five things Biden should do to tackle the climate emergency

Biden has a model for mobilizing a unified national response: His own COVID-19 strategy. → Read More

As ‘normal’ crumbles, young people are turning their grief into action

Young people understand that we have two choices at this point: transform or collapse. → Read More

With a Planet on Fire, This Is What It Means to Enter Emergency Mode

Imagine there is a fire in your house.What do you do?What do you think about?You do whatever you can to try to put out the fire or exit the house. You make a plan of action."Those of us who have entered emergency mode—who understand the mobilization imperative—need to get talkative and loud."Your senses are heightened, you are focused like a laser, and you put your entire → Read More

Climate Emergency Declarations Are the First Step. Here’s What Comes Next.

Governments must prioritize a just and rapid transition away from fossil fuels to renewables. → Read More

Facing the Climate Emergency: Grieving The Future You Thought You Had

If humanity's two choices are to transform or collapse, the only rational, moral choice is to immerse yourself in the struggle to protect all life... CD editor's note: The following is an excerpt from the author's forthcoming book, Facing the Climate Emergency: How to Transform Yourself with Climate Truth. → Read More

Moving into emergency mode on climate change

Climate justice, environmental groups, activists and others are petitioning Congress to declare a #ClimateEmergency. → Read More

It's Possible to Face Climate Horrors and Still Find Hope

David Wallace-Wells, who catalyzed the climate emergency movement, examines likely outcomes of the crisis in a new book. → Read More

Who is Guilty of Climate Crimes?

A fascinating exposé of the climate crisis awaits you in Peter Carter and Elizabeth Woodworth’s, “Unprecedented Crime: Climate Science Denial and Game Changers for Survival.” It is a comprehensive look at the climate crisis through a legal frame, discussing the relevant national and international statutes and lawsuits, with a focus on the perpetrators of the climate emergency that confronts us… → Read More

The Global Climate Justice Movement in the Age of Crisis: Climate Fear, Truth, and the Public

Three leaders of The Climate Mobilization discuss the role of fear and other emotions in the climate movement, reacting to the recent New York article... → Read More

The Planet Is Warming. And It’s Okay to Be Afraid

Last Week, David Wallace-Wells wrote a cover story for of New York Magazine, "The Uninhabitable Earth," on some of the worst-case scenarios that the climate → Read More

Climate Truth and the New York Magazine’s “The Uninhabitable Earth”

As I argue in The Transformative Power of Climate Truth, it’s the job of those of us trying to protect humanity and restore a safe climate to tell the truth → Read More

The Planet Is Warming. And It's Okay to Be Afraid

Last Week, David Wallace-Wells wrote a cover story for of New York Magazine, "The Uninhabitable Earth → Read More

Leading the Public into Emergency Mode: A New Strategy for the Climate Movement: Excerpt

Emergency mode is the mode of human psychological functioning that occurs when individuals or groups respond optimally to existential or moral emergencies. → Read More

Post-Paris Analysis: 1.5 degrees and Mobilization

The Paris climate talks are over, and the postmortems on the final agreement are flooding in. Here’s our take: After 21 years of negotiations, we finally have an agreement that the majority of nations are expected to rati → Read More