The Line 3 pipeline protests are about much more than climate change
Indigenous treaty rights may be key to protecting Minnesota’s wild rice waters from oil spills.
Do bizarre stunts actually help the climate cause?
If you feel crazy, it’s kind of nice to see other people acting crazy on a global stage!
‘You Strike a Match’
Why two women sacrificed everything to stop the Dakota Access pipeline
What do voting restrictions and anti-protest laws have in common?
Both have sponsors funded by fossil fuel companies.
Montana, Kansas, and Arkansas enter the arms race to criminalize protest
The Republican push to criminalize pipeline protests is expanding beyond fossil fuel-producing states.
It’s dangerous to be an environmental activist in Latin America. A new treaty is trying to change that.
The agreement, which goes into effect on Earth Day, has been signed by 24 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The First 100 – Biden’s carbon (cutting) budget
This week the president laid out his initial budget proposal for next year.
In Europe, a backlash is growing over incinerating garbage
Growing concern about incinerators' CO2 emissions is forcing many EU countries to rethink their support for these trash-burning facilities.
Can a pipeline company defy a governor’s orders? Gretchen Whitmer is about to find out.
The ongoing battle between North America's largest mover of oil, Enbridge Energy, and the state of Michigan.
Students find obscure law that could make university fossil fuel investments illegal
A new legal strategy could give Harvard the kick it needs to divest.