Sabrina Imbler

Sabrina Imbler is a Grist fellow.

In a win for Standing Rock, Seattle just moved to dump Wells Fargo.

The bill calls for Seattle to find a more socially responsible bank to manage $3 billion of the city’s money.

The Dakota Access Pipeline is creeping one step closer to completion.

The secretary of the Army has reportedly ordered the Army Corps to issue an easement to allow construction of the final pipeline segment.

March in April

A massive climate march is coming soon to Washington.

The People’s Climate March will descend on D.C. on April 29 with a broad coalition of groups behind it.

If you’re looking for a beacon of hope, read this article about young Dakota Access protesters.

The New York Times Magazine has a stirring story about the Native American teens who started the first Standing Rock resistance camp.

anemone of the state

Trump’s first White House screening was a movie about migration and environmental pollution.

The Pixar movie tells the story of a character with an intellectual disability who travels across a polluted ocean to reunite with her family.

in it to wind it

The country’s biggest offshore wind farm is coming to Long Island.

The Long Island wind farm would be the country's largest, generating enough energy to power 50,000 homes.

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has asked water protectors to leave camp.

Hundreds of people at three protest camps must all clear out by Jan. 30 or federal law enforcement will be called in to remove them.

dangerous ground

A second Goldman prize-winning activist, Isidro Baldenegro López, was murdered this Sunday in Mexico.

Baldenegro won the prestigious Goldman in 2005 for his nonviolent grassroots campaign against logging in the Sierra Madre.

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.