Sabrina Imbler

Sabrina Imbler is a Grist fellow.

Standing Rock is burning.

As they evacuated camp, water protectors set fire to tents according to tribal tradition -- one last blaze of defiance against the pipeline.

We explain Keystone XL, the pipeline that just won’t die

Trump revived the controversial tar-sands pipeline. What happens next?

fowl play

The Great Backyard Bird Count is losing feathers due to climate change.

This treasured American pastime has opened a climatic can of worms.

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Whole Foods is finally getting its comeuppance.

Here's a bitter green irony: The organic products the chain popularized are more popular than ever, but people are buying them elsewhere.

The movement to divest from Dakota Access is growing, fast.

More and more institutions are moving to pull their money away from banks that are funding the pipeline.

Protests erupted across the nation in an 11th-hour effort to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Emergency rallies were held Wednesday in at least 53 cities. Check out photos and video.

It’s official: The city of Seattle is divesting from Wells Fargo.

The city council voted unanimously to remove $3 billion from the bank in part because it is funding the Dakota Access Pipeline.

The Dakota Access Pipeline just got its final green light.

The grim announcement effectively squashes the pipeline's last two major obstacles.

The Standing Rock Sioux will soon march on Washington.

Mark your calendars: On March 10, the Rise With Standing Rock Native Nations March will hit D.C.