It’s people vs. fossil fuels, and the people are chalking up some impressive wins.
Western observers want to blame India for the failure of the UN climate talks. Not so fast.
Movements are using this once-in-a-lifetime political moment to mobilize communities against climate change and corporate greed.
The Build Back Better program isn’t just inadequate on climate—it may be a disaster. Here’s what movements are demanding next.
Even with climate disasters all around us, nonviolent environmental demonstrations face fierce police repression. Why?
The climate crisis rages on as Biden prioritizes bipartisanship on an infrastructure bill that guts climate action.
Pakistan is the latest country to reject the system that allows private investors to sue governments in international tribunals. But Ecuador is back-tracking and the lawsuits continue to proliferate.
As more communities rise up to resist the well-known danger of fossil fuel extraction, the industry has been radicalizing against democracy.
Americans will have to fight hard to protect their water from corporate greed. They can learn a lot from El Salvador.
How the oil, gas, and coal industries support and fund white supremacy and far-right politics.
More communities are protesting pipelines. The fossil fuel industry wants to make that a felony.
This new wave of anti-protest laws has emerged in the context of broader social justice mobilizations and demonstrations.
Muzzling Dissent exposes the money trail linking corporate lobbyists, elected officials, and anti-protest laws.
A systematic program of investment in renewables and energy efficiency will create many more jobs than pipelines and pose far less threat to life on our planet.
Nine movement leaders from all over the world share their hopes for the year to come.