RIP Theo Colborn, a scientist who alerted us to the issue of endocrine-disrupting chemicals.
The so-far successful effort to halt Keystone has schooled a whole new wave of protest movements against similar projects.
In the wave of protests over the police killings of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, confidence and outrage are helping people of color shed decades of caution.
Filmmaker-author Astra Taylor talks about Occupy, debt relief, why the environmental movement needs organization more than scale, and the nature of democratic change.
Two activists who devised the phrase "Black Lives Matter" discuss its origins -- and why they took their demonstration to the Bay Area's transit system last week.
SUVs never had much on their cheaper, more efficient, safer compact-car competitors. But every time the price of fuel drops, the zombies return.
ProPublica's interactive 50-state map is the best tour guide yet for this increasingly common hazard of North America's energy boom.
"Goosebumps crawled up my arms and I thought to myself, SING! Sing you fool!" says Greg Grey Cloud, the Sioux whose song made Elizabeth Warren grimace.
A New York Times investigation traces how oil-money influence and federal absence left a state's environment open to pillage.
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