Sustainability

Plastic Island

Plastic Island Plastic Island

Nowhere to go. The ocean has more than 170 trillion plastic particles as pollution reaches unprecedented levels.

Sep 18, 2023 / OppArt / Felipe Galindo

Caldor Fire

How Do We Deal With Our Planet’s Unprecedented Decline? How Do We Deal With Our Planet’s Unprecedented Decline?

Across the planet, horrifying “natural” fire, flood, and heat records were set this summer.

Sep 14, 2023 / Tom Engelhardt

- Activists from the

These Activists Have One Simple Goal: Abolish the Cruise Industry These Activists Have One Simple Goal: Abolish the Cruise Industry

A group of environmental activists in France is gaining traction with a bold argument: Cruises shouldn’t exist.

Sep 14, 2023 / Cole Stangler

The Tipping Point Is Now

The Tipping Point Is Now The Tipping Point Is Now

Inaction is not an option.

Sep 15, 2023 / OppArt / Tjeerd Royaards

Los Angeles traffic

A Cooler Future Means a World With Less Pavement A Cooler Future Means a World With Less Pavement

Amid climate-fueled heat waves and floods, cities around the country are rethinking the streetscape.

Aug 31, 2023 / Lucy Sherriff

Caldor Fire

We Are Witnessing the First Stages of Civilization’s Collapse We Are Witnessing the First Stages of Civilization’s Collapse

Will our own elites perform any better than the rulers of Chaco Canyon, the Mayan heartland, and Viking Greenland?

Aug 22, 2023 / Michael T. Klare

houses, neighborhood destroyed by lahaina hawaii fires

A Dispatch From the Heart of Lahaina: Relief Is Not Enough A Dispatch From the Heart of Lahaina: Relief Is Not Enough

Justice demands a return of control over public resources like land and water to the people of Hawai'i.

Aug 21, 2023 / Kaniela Ing

A storm in the Angeles National Forest looks like clouds on fire.

The Planet Is Only Getting Hotter The Planet Is Only Getting Hotter

We can’t keep being the human beings who live to destroy.

Aug 17, 2023 / Frida Berrigan

Held v. Montana Youth Climate Change Lawsuit

“Held v. Montana” Is a Historic Victory for Climate Action—but Also Human Rights “Held v. Montana” Is a Historic Victory for Climate Action—but Also Human Rights

Invoking the right to a healthy environment will likely become a replicable strategy for climate lawsuits across the country. “I see more and more of these trials happening.”

Aug 16, 2023 / StudentNation / Meher Bhatia

Hot Tub Seas!

Hot Tub Seas! Hot Tub Seas!

Our oceans are reaching boiling temperatures.

Aug 18, 2023 / OppArt / Peter Kuper

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