SOURCE: New York Times
by Naomi Klein
The Texas blackouts show the political and social dead ends of the market revolution and the fossil fuel economy, says Naomi Klein. Politicians and industries wedded to the status quo are attacking the idea of a "Green New Deal" because it's encouraging people to imagine alternatives.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Gavin Benke
The problems in Texas are a product of an approach to the energy business that Lone Star State companies like Enron pursued at the end of the 20th century.
by Gavin Benke
It’s worth remembering now with Jeff Skilling’s release from jail.
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