Indigenous and environmental activists say they were illegally spied on
A lawsuit alleges the Oregon Department of Justice ran a "spy agency."
Land defenders appear in court after police raids in Wet’suwet’en territory
Arrests by RCMP could allow pipeline to proceed in British Columbia.
Canada sides with a pipeline, violating Wet’suwet’en laws — and its own
Despite a Supreme Court ruling, Coastal GasLink is on track to be built through unceded land.
Photos of the furious, sardonic protests surrounding COP26
Protesters dressed as Pikachus, Squid Game guards, and greenwashers to criticize climate talks.
New York rejects two new gas power plants as ‘inconsistent’ with climate law
The decision marks a milestone in an ongoing debate over the role of natural gas in net-zero plans.
The event that changed the environmental justice movement forever
Thirty years later, organizers reflect on the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit.
Native opposition to Nevada lithium mine grows
"Annihilating old growth sagebrush, Indigenous peoples’ medicines, food, and ceremonial grounds for electric vehicles isn’t very climate conscious."
Two years and a pandemic later, climate protests return to Washington
Indigenous activists came to D.C. with a message for Biden.
North Carolina tribes fear pipeline will damage waterways, burial grounds
A fracking company wants to extend the Mountain Valley Pipeline into the lands of Indigenous people and predominantly Black communities.
Report: Biden has the power to prevent 1.6 billion metric tons of emissions annually
Protesters want Biden to stop fossil fuel infrastructure — and a new analysis shows just how much of a difference that would make.