Double Standard For Jessica Reznicek And Energy Transfer Partners

By Charlotte Grubb, Commondreams. -

Jessica Reznicek was sentenced to eight years in federal prison, ordered to pay millions in fines and labeled a terrorist by the government for her actions of civil disobedience that damaged the [...]

Police Increasingly Cite Climate Disasters When Seeking Military Gear

By Molly Redden and Alexander C. Kaufman, HuffPost. -

When locals learned that the Johnson County, Iowa, sheriff’s office had gotten hold of a massive, mine-resistant vehicle, Sheriff Lonny Pulkrabek reassured a skeptical public that officers would [...]

Biden’s Forest Service To Facilitate Quadrupling Of Oil Production

By Center for Biological Diversity. -

Salt Lake city, Utah - In a massive blow to U.S. efforts to address the climate crisis, the Biden administration is poised to approve a right-of-way through the Ashley National Forest that would [...]

Enbridge Line 5 Shut Down In Accordance With Governor’s Order

By Resist Line 3, Popular Resistance. -

Vassar, MI - On Tuesday morning, an unidentified Michigain Water Protector turned a valve on Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline, stopping the flow of oil through the line which has been operating [...]

Governments Still Fall Dangerously Short Of Paris Agreement Commitments

The 2021 Production Gap Report, first published in 2019, measures the gap between governments’ planned production of coal, oil, and gas and the global production levels consistent with meeting [...]

People Vs. Fossil Fuels Mobilization Ends With Youth-Led Civil Disobedience

By People Vs. Fossil Fuels. -

Washington, D.C. — Under a banner declaring “We did not vote for fossil fuels,” Indigenous and youth climate activists led a march to the Capitol today for a mass civil disobedience action, [...]

Activism Needs To Be Part Of Any Meaningful Climate Education

By Nick Engelfried, Waging Nonviolence. -

Last month, crowds of young people and supporters gathered in 1,500 locations around the world for one of the largest youth-led climate protests since countries began emerging from the most [...]

Building Towards Climate Resilience In The Caribbean

By Johannah-Rae Reyes, ROAR Magazine. -

In 2017, Hurricane Maria raged across the Caribbean island of Dominica, leaving 31 people dead with many more still missing to this day. When the hurricane had passed, island residents were left [...]

Climate Activists Resume Weeklong Protest At Capitol

By Matthew Daly And Padmananda Rama, Indian Country Today. -

Indigenous groups and other environmental activists marched to the Capitol Friday as they continued a weeklong protest demanding that Congress and the Biden administration stop new fossil fuel [...]

Localization: Taking Climate Action Beyond The COP

By Local Futures, Popular Resistance. -

As the world looks towards COP26 for climate action, a newly launched guide shows individuals, communities and policymakers how to make a real hands-on difference in their own [...]

Youth Activists Confront Shell CEO At TED Talk

By Abbi Garton-Crosbie, The National. -

Environmental campaigners took over the stage at the TED Countdown conference in Edinburgh which was hosting a panel discussion with Royal Dutch Shell CEO, Ben van Beurden. The activists say [...]

Indigenous Demonstrators Make Statement At Interior

By Jourdan Bennett-begaye, Indian Country Today. -

Washington - Dozens of Indigenous leaders held a sit-in Thursday at the Interior Department in Washington, D.C., in an effort to stop the extractive fossil fuel industries. Jennifer Falcon, [...]

Activists Target Powerful Lobbying Group

By Jessica Corbett, Common Dreams. -

Amid a wave of climate protests in Washington, D.C. this week, some campaigners scaled the U.S. Chamber of Commerce office to call out the nation's largest lobbying group for fueling climate [...]

People Vs. Fossil Fuels: Nearly 400 People Arrested Outside White House

By People Vs. Fossil Fuels. -

Washington, D.C. — Demonstrators returned to the White House on Wednesday morning for the third day of the “People vs. Fossil Fuels” mobilization, keeping up the pressure on President Biden to [...]

Honor Indigenous Communities Leading The Way On Climate Justice

By Jade Begay, In These Times. -

When Christopher Columbus landed on Turtle Island, which we now call North America, he brought with him a goal of making profit — of taking from the land and people to create commerce. Today, [...]