2018 The Year Things Fell Apart or the Year the Tide Turned

This week's investigative reporting, analysis and environmental news.
The Revelator

No. 59, Dec. 20, 2018

Hello Revelator readers,

Was 2018 the year things fell apart or the year things started to change for the better?

Without a doubt it was one hell of a year for the planet. There were nonstop assaults by the Trump administration and its corporate cronies — but also plenty of good news and the start of fights that will persist into 2019 and beyond. Our new editorial looks back at the past year and ahead at the challenging year to come.

Our 10 most thought-provoking essays of 2018:

Over the past 12 months our guest writers have addressed some pretty important and fascinating topics. They've shared new ideas to protect the environment, information on looming threats that deserve our attention, details about the latest scientific research, and a whole lot more. Here are 10 of their most thought-provoking contributions from the past year:

What should we cover next?

Drop us a line anytime. We welcome your ideas and inside scoops as we gear up for 2019.

Coming up:

Next week we'll continue looking back at our best and most-read articles from 2018. We're also already looking ahead at the stories that experts tell us will matter most in 2019. Stay tuned for more on them soon.

That's it for this week. As always, thank you for reading.

John Platt

John R. Platt
Editor, The Revelator


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