Stories by Daphne Wysham

Daphne Wysham is the director of the Climate and Energy Program at the Center for Sustainable Economy. She is also an associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) where she is the founder and co-director of the Sustainable Energy and Economy Network. Follow her on Twitter @daphnewysham. subscribe to Daphne Wysham's feed

Posted on: Nov 18, 2016, Source: AlterNet

Climate leadership is emerging on the local level around the globe.

Posted on: Jul 6, 2016, Source: Other Words

With one tiny loose bolt, oil trains can erupt into an inferno, scorching everything for miles.

Posted on: Oct 30, 2012, Source: Institute for Policy Studies

Can we move into a long-term push toward the kind of energy future that will not bring real terror to millions around the world?

Posted on: Aug 3, 2012, Source: Institute for Policy Studies

Neoliberalism and international banking share the blame with technological shortcomings.

Posted on: Oct 5, 2009, Source: Institute for Policy Studies

The bottom line is that it won't make a significant impact on our increasingly unstable climate. And that's a tragedy.

Posted on: Jul 28, 2009, Source: Institute for Policy Studies

The new energy bill would strip EPA of its power and let polluters take the reins with a market-based system.

Posted on: May 18, 2009, Source: AlterNet

Sparing the many odiferous details, here are three particularly bad aspects that have to be addressed.

Posted on: Apr 2, 2008, Source: Foreign Policy in Focus

The bank is turning dirty carbon credits into gold -- bad news for those seeking a real solution to the climate crisis.

Posted on: Apr 20, 2007, Source: AlterNet

Do the money managers not know that poor villagers are being detained, beaten and even killed to protect their investments? Or do they not care?

Posted on: Oct 12, 2005, Source: AlterNet

The World Bank has long denied any responsibility to prevent or reduce climate change. Now America's neocons are looking to the global financial institution to 'address' the problem.