Interviews with Harvard professors Naomi Oreskes and James Anderson about universities’ moral imperative to join the fight against fossil fuel.
The ecological movement will get nowhere unless it recognizes the overlapping crises facing our society.
From the campaign to conserve hunting lands in the 19th century to the movement for climate justice in the 21st, The Nation has been a leading proponent of the idea that our success as a society can be judged in part by how we relate to the Earth we’ve inherited.
There are four big reasons fossil fuel could go the way of the dinosaur sooner than we think.
BP agreed to a $7.8 billion settlement, but still hasn’t paid out most Gulf Coast businesses.
Leaders are framing the climate crisis in moral language, renewable energy is soaring—and the coal industry is collapsing.
In some of California’s most heavily Latino communities, going to school can be a health hazard.
The “logic” of capitalist development has left a nightmare of environmental destruction in its wake.
The future will follow an unpredictable route, but we must still follow a compass called hope.
Why was former president and climate-justice hero Mohamed Nasheed sentenced to prison on terrorism charges?