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Dahr Jamail

is an independent journalist from Alaska who has spent over 5 months in occupied Iraq reporting on how the brutal, bloody, unlawful occupation has affected the Iraqi people. You can visit his website at

www.dahrjamailiraq.com
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Izzy Award for independent journalism presentation ceremony, featuring remarks by award winners Lee Fang, Dahr Jamail, Sharon Lerner and Todd Miller. Upcoming dates. Tue, Apr 24 @ 7:00 pm · Download schedule. Schedules. Occurs Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Venue ...
Some of the world's most profound melting of glaciers is happening in the Antarctic; and is invisible from above. According to a study recently published in the journal Nature Geoscience, the underwater melting of Antarctic glaciers is now occurring at a rate that is doubling every 20 years. This means that ...

Thanks to Climate Disruption, Earth Is Already Losing Critical Biosphere ComponentsBy Dahr Jamail, Truthout | Report. (Photo: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center; Edited: LW / TO). Two weeks ago, I gave a keynote presentation about anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD) at a large sustainability ...
Support your favorite writers by making sure we can keep publishing them! Make a donation to Truthout to ensure independent journalism survives. Two weeks ago, I gave a keynote presentation about anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD) at a large sustainability conference in Chico, California. During ...
The illegal 2003 invasion and occupation of Iraq has, thus far, left approximately 1 million Iraqis dead. That is roughly 5 percent of the total population of that country. If a foreign military superpower invaded and occupied the US and annihilated 5 percent of the total population here, that would be 16,300,000 ...
Support your favorite writers by making sure we can keep publishing them! Make a donation to Truthout to ensure independent journalism survives. A 2013 report by the Island County Economic Development Council celebrates Naval Air Station (NAS) Whidbey Island in Washington State as "four times the ...

Environmental journalist Dahr Jamail inspired us with his efforts to slash his carbon footprint. His assertion that climate change is our biggest crisis resonates with many. But while his actions are a great example, I fear the problem cannot be solved solely by individuals making selfless decisions. Most of us ...
Environmental journalist Dahr Jamail inspired us with his efforts to slash his carbon footprint. His assertion that climate change is our biggest crisis resonates with many. But while his actions are a great example, I fear the problem cannot be solved solely by individuals making selfless decisions. Most of us ...
The four recipients of the 10th annual Izzy Award from the Park Center for Independent Media — journalists Lee Fang, Sharon Lerner, Dahr Jamail and Todd Miller — were announced March 13. The award is given to journalists who work for independent platforms for their path-breaking and in-depth ...
Installing Desert Fountain at the Albuquerque Museum. (Photo: Basia Irland) Installing "Desert Fountain" at the Albuquerque Museum. (Photo: Basia Irland)As a journalist and author covering anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD), when I write about what is happening in the liquid realms of the biosphere, ...
Dahr Jamail witnessed climate change firsthand in the Alaskan wilderness in the '90s, where the mountaineer explored, offered guided tours and performed rescues. As the years passed, he noticed less and less snowfall. “It was slapping you in the face regularly,” he said. “You couldn't miss it.” Climate ...
... environmental hazards and militarism: investigative reporter Lee Fang of The Intercept; Investigative Fund reporting fellow and Intercept journalist Sharon Lerner; Truthout staff reporter Dahr Jamail; and author Todd Miller. The Izzy Award, presented for outstanding achievement in independent media, ...
And the 2018 Izzy Award will be shared between four investigative reporters: The Intercept's Lee Fang and Sharon Lerner, Truthout staff reporter Dahr Jamail and City Lights author Todd Miller. Sharon Lerner won for her reporting on corporate pollution, including from the chemical giant DuPont; Dahr ...
When one thinks of Washington State in the Pacific Northwest, visions of lush temperate Olympic rainforests or glacial glad mountains of North Cascades National Park might come to mind. Instead, what if you learned Washington State was allocating millions of dollars of its taxpayers' money to fund an ...
A draft UN report has warned that missing the 1.5°C warming target set by the Paris Climate Accords will multiply hunger, migration and conflict around the globe. The 1.5°C target means limiting atmospheric temperatures from rising more than 1.5°C above what they were prior to the industrial revolution ...
A small iceberg drifts in an ice fjord in Southern Greenland. Scientists have found that parts of Greenland are now warmer than most of Europe. (Photo: Education Images / UIG via Getty Images). Stories like this are more important than ever! To make sure Truthout can keep publishing them, please give a ...
Women fetch water at a communal tap on February 8, 2018 in Khayelitsha, about Women fetch water at a communal tap on February 8, 2018, in Khayelitsha, about 40 kilometers outside of Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo: Per-Anders Pettersson). Stories like this are more important than ever! To make sure ...

A ground crew member signals to an EA-18G Growler as it returns from a flight during heavy snows at Naval Air Facility Misawa. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Kenneth G. Takada / US Navy). Support from readers provides Truthout with vital funds to keep investigating what mainstream ...
“Independent American journalist Dahr Jamail ... documented eye witness accounts of US troops denying the Red Cross entry to Fallujah to deliver medical aid, and firing on ambulances trying to enter the city ... The fourth Geneva Convention strictly forbids attacks on hospitals, medical emergency vehicles ...
A study recently published in the journal Nature brings grim news: anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD) has officially ended the era of stable climate that has made possible the development of modern civilization. The world we live in today, based on industrial-scale agriculture capable of feeding billions ...
Flames from the Thomas Fire burn in the hills above Carpinteria, California, December 11, 2017. (Photo: Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images). Truthout readers like you made this story possible. Show your support for independent news: Make a tax-deductible donation today! I've often been asked why I ...
Last December, atmospheric scientist Peter Kalmus ruffled some feathers when he called out 25,000 of his colleagues for flying to the American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting. Being acutely aware of the worsening impacts from anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD) -- since it was, after all, his job ...
A man walks on the snow covered boardwalk during a snow storm on January 4, A man walks on the snow-covered boardwalk during a snowstorm on January 4, 2018, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. A "bomb cyclone" winter storm has caused every East Coast state from Maine to Florida to declare at least ...
In a consistent trend, future projections of an increase in the overall global temperature, as well increases in sea level rise, continue to outpace previous worst-case scenarios. This is due to a simple equation: There is already enough CO2 in the atmosphere and heat absorbed into the planet's oceans that ...
A group of polar scientists recently met in New Orleans to share information and provide an update on the status of the Arctic. Their prognosis was dire. The Arctic is often seen as the world's archetypal freezer, but that is now a thing of the past. The entire region is now on a trajectory toward an ice-free state.
President Donald Trump prepares to address the general debate of the Assembly's seventy-second session on September 19, 2017. (Photo: UN Photo / Kim Haughton). In his 2017 New York Times bestselling book On Tyranny, Yale historian Timothy Snyder warned that the American people only had one ...


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