More drilling doesn’t add up to lower prices anytime soon—it just locks in more carbon. Here’s what to do instead.
India’s economic and energy production model is not a threat to the world, but it is a threat to India itself, particularly its most marginalized people.
It’s people vs. fossil fuels, and the people are chalking up some impressive wins.
Biden’s new climate commitment is the most ambitious in U.S. history, but still short of what science requires and movements demand.
Should cities build new fossil fuel pipelines to power skyscrapers for the super-rich?
Low-income Families Will Bear the Brunt of Climate Change. This Organization is Working to Change That.
Renew Oregon is advancing innovative climate justice proposals, building on a legislative victory to expand the state’s use of renewable energy, with strong benefits for low-income consumers.
Tiny house advocates say they’re reducing their ecological footprints, but the extremely rich beneficiaries of this concentration pose a greater threat to our environment.
How ending tax dodging by America’s electric utilities can help fund a job-creating, clean energy transition.
As the Paris climate deal nears implementation, the possibilities for corporate subterfuge are endless. But the real problem may be our own lifestyles.
Economists said the market would save the planet. It didn’t.
Will the landmark UN climate deal mark a turning point in the fight against climate change? The devil’s in the details.
The Institute for Policy Studies hosts a talk and book signing with co-author, Denis Hayes on his new book about “The Hidden Impact of 93 Million Cows on America’s Health, Economy, Politics, Culture, and Environment.”
As climate activists converge on New York, world leaders will meet behind closed doors with corporate honchos who bank on fossil fuels.
Janet Redman discusses the EPA’s new regulations and their future impact on curbing climate change.
Obama is finally showing us he is willing to fight – on coal, on tar sands, and on climate. His apparent willingness to challenge the climate impacts of coal and tar sands – after years of silence on both topics – is cause for some celebration.