Sabrina Imbler

Sabrina Imbler is a Grist fellow.

dumpster fire, meet hose

Here are three reasons the world didn’t completely suck this week.

Washington State blocks another oil terminal, Obama saves some bees, and Jane Fonda throws some maple-syrup shade.

not-so-incredible bulk

Washington state has blocked plans for the nation’s biggest coal export terminal.

The decision deals a stiff blow to the Northwest’s besieged fossil fuel industry and marks a win for local climate activists and tribes.

sodium bicarbon-great

This plant in India transforms CO2 into baking soda.

The backers of a new technology say it could ultimately neutralize 5 to 10 percent of the world’s CO2 emissions from coal.

it bears repeating

Trump would be giving up a big presidential power if he abolished new national monuments.

No U.S. president has ever overturned a prior monument, but conservatives will fight tooth and nail to make that happen.

new year, same fight

These are the indigenous-led climate movements to watch out for in 2017.

Here’s a round-up of Native activism leading next year's charge against climate disaster.

you can't drink oil

Another Native-led pipeline battle bubbles up in New Jersey.

This fight is also over a critical Native water source — but it’s a little more complicated than Dakota Access.

dumpster fire, meet hose

Here are three reasons that the world didn’t completely suck this week.

India's ahead of its renewable schedule, Las Vegas takes a green lead, and reindeer may yet save us all.

come on shailene

A celebrity guide to supporting environmental activists without stealing the spotlight

The #NoDAPL movement provides lessons for how to be a good ally -- and some missteps to avoid.

faith-ful elector

One of Hillary Clinton’s faithless electors went to Faith Spotted Eagle. Here’s who that is.

Spotted Eagle has organized against the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines.