Just as DeChristopher is being released from prison, where he served 18 months for disrupting an oil and gas auction, Steingraber is going to jail for protesting fracking.
If so, that may not be a good thing -- because unlike gay rights or other issues of basic human justice, climate change comes with a time limit.
NASA's top climate scientist weathers a public slam from the NYT's Joe Nocera, and the Maldives' Mohamed Nasheed gets arrested on trumped-up charges.
It's good to know what went wrong in Washington. But the real problem we face isn't getting a bill through Congress -- it's global warming.
The "Kickstarter of solar" just started accepting investments. Here's why you should be excited.
Climate change is not a fight, like abortion or gay marriage, between conflicting groups with conflicting opinions. It's a fight between human beings and physics.
What if grassroots activists joined with green D.C. insiders, got the president to kill the Keystone pipeline, and put a price on carbon? Bill McKibben explains why the election should make us all optimists.
Eight activists, four wifi hotspots, one bus: Trying to jump-start a grassroots fossil-fuel divestiture movement, and seeing some sparks.
As TransCanada prepares to begin construction on the southern portion of the Keystone XL pipeline, a brave crew of Lone Star State residents gears up to block it.