Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard, a reluctant billionaire, puts company in trust devoted to address ecological crisis.
The fossil fuel industry’s global links to political violence and repression couldn’t be clearer. Unfortunately, the U.S. is enabling it.
First the Heatwaves, Now the Flooding. Look to South Asia For a Reminder of Why Climate Action is So Urgent.
The extreme weather events afflicting the subcontinent, made more likely by climate change, show the need to wind down oil, gas and coal use as soon as possible, argue Basav Sen and Tejal Mankad from the People vs. Fossil Fuels coalition.
In Patagonia, an Indigenous community’s fight against repressive mining interests mirrors struggles across the hemisphere.
Dealing with stalemates between Russia and Ukraine, environmentalists and climate change, and COVID and humanity.
Indians know they can’t rely on elites to save them from catastrophe. That’s exactly what could make a climate movement there so powerful.
Build Back Better is on the ropes. But other parts of a just transition are moving forward.
The Biden administration claims to “believe the science” on climate, but its actions need to catch up with its words.
As Climate Change Worsens, the United States Under-Delivers on Finance Promises to Hardest Hit Countries
Redirecting even a modest 10 percent of the military budget to meet urgent climate finance needs would go a long way toward paying our fair share.
More drilling doesn’t add up to lower prices anytime soon—it just locks in more carbon. Here’s what to do instead.
A new wave of extractivism from the Global South is the hidden side of the energy transitions in the North.
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.
Transportation policies prioritizing private vehicle use leave the poor and people of color behind.
We will pay for climate change one way or the another. We can invest in a reparative, life-affirming future now, or we can pay the growing costs of inaction.