Kate Aronoff is a Brooklyn-based independent writer covering climate and American politics, and a contributing writer to The Intercept. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Nation, Dissent, Rolling Stone, and Harpers, among other outlets. She was previously a writing fellow at In These Times. Kate is editing a forthcoming anthology about democratic socialism in America, set to be published by The New Press in 2020. She is writing a book about the politics of climate change, The New Denialism, to be published by Bold Type Books, also in 2020.
Bernie Sanders’s 2016 candidacy rewrote the rules by which the Democratic party operates. If Democrats win in 2020, it will be largely thanks to him. By Kate Aronoff in the Guardian.
After months of anticipation, Democratic New York Congress member Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey introduced a resolution for the Green New Deal. By Kate Aronoff on Democracy Now!.
It isn’t hyperbole to say that fossil-fuel executives are mass murderers. We should put them on trial for crimes against humanity.
By Fellow Kate Aronoff in Jacobin.
Some scientists say it’s necessary to save the climate. An indigenous-led opposition says it will only save the fossil fuel economy.
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