Policies that aren’t rooted in Indigenous communities can cause many of the same oppressive outcomes as extraction.
From Brazil to India to the United States, extractive industries have aligned themselves with authoritarian governments waging war on minority populations.
People are hitting the streets to protest government inaction, repression, and corruption. Does that mean democracy is in trouble or stronger than ever?
Polluters lost the fight on climate science, so they’re spending money on something else: false solutions.
Millions of young people around the world join global strike to demand climate action ahead of United Nations Climate Summit.
For just over 10 percent of a single year’s military spending, we could build enough green electricity for every household in the country.
Youth are demanding a Green New Deal and a sustainable economy. We can start by drastically reducing military spending and shifting defense funds toward renewable energy.
Oil and gas companies aren’t only polluting our air, water, and soil. They’ve injected themselves into our education system as well.
The United States, the top historic contributor to carbon emissions, has been treating climate refugees from its own pollution as threats. We can do better.
When it comes to nuclear weapons and energy programs, governments have been willing to send their people into harm’s way with impunity.
New Mexico’s Energy Transition Act established it as a climate policy leader, but progress could be reversed by greedy new corporations entering the state.
Protesters around the world are singling out the bad actors like Blackrock, Cargill, ADM, and others for profiting off deforestation.
Far-right governments in the U.S., UK, and Brazil are laying bare their nihilistic roots and full destructive potential.
The destruction of the Bahamas highlights the Global North’s debt to the South for slavery, colonialism, and the climate crisis.
As the Amazon burns, the terrifying parallels between the U.S. and Brazilian governments highlight the damage authoritarian leaders are doing.