Averting planetary disaster will mean forcing fossil fuel companies to give up at least $10 trillion in wealth.
The climate crisis has such bad timing, confronting it not only requires a new economy but a new way of thinking.
As residents complain of nosebleeds and headaches, the country’s biggest oil-producing city moves to ban hydraulic fracturing.
It’s just as important to stop Cove Point.
The climate of change and the dangers of stasis.
The student-led protest was a dramatic demonstration of the youth climate movement’s growing resolve—and its sense of solidarity.
There’s a growing effort to merge economic-justice and climate activism. Call it climate democracy.
The millions of miles of distribution and service pipelines crisscrossing the nation mean that countless Americans—even those living far from gas fields—find themselves on the frontlines of fracking.
Activists are challenging rules that grant corporations the right to sue governments.
It could just be the first step toward reversing this slow-motion apocalypse.