Mountain Valley Pipeline Project Remains Stalled In Legal Limbo

By Mike Tony, Charleston Gazette-Mail. -

It was a shock to the system. That’s how EQT President and CEO Toby Rice described the impact of the July cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Rice made the allusion during EQT’s [...]

Indigenous Knowledge Revives Ancient Clam Garden Practices

By Monica Whitepigeon, Native News Online. -

La Conner, WA - Tribal communities are reviving 3,500-year-old eco-friendly practices to create sustainable beaches along the Pacific Northwest Coast. Teams of tribal members and scientists in [...]

Way Down In The Hole: Pipeline Lockdown

By Kevin Duggan, Brooklyn Paper. -

Police arrested four protesters who locked themselves to a controversial National Grid fracked gas pipeline construction site in Williamsburg on Thursday morning. Two environmental advocates [...]

Maui Has Begun The Process Of Managed Retreat

By David Hasemyer, Inside Climate News. -

With nearly 300 miles of coastline, the Hawaiian islands that make up Maui County face the threat of sea level rise from all sides. It's that assault that has formed the foundation of a lawsuit [...]

Fracked Gas Pipeline In Brooklyn Continues

By Jessy Edwards, BK Reader. -

New York City - Fracked gas could soon be running through a new pipeline near you, despite rising calls for construction on the North Brooklyn Pipeline to be halted immediately. National Grid [...]

Wet’suwet’en Women Occupy Pipeline Drillsite To Protect Their Sacred Headwaters

Coastal GasLink has called in the RCMP to try and remove Wet’suwet’en community members and Indigenous youth as they hold a ceremony at a proposed drill site for Coastal Gaslink’s pipeline. [...]

Climate Litigation Spreads Across The United States

By Kathy Mulvey, Union of Concerned Scientists. -

With hurricanes in the Gulf South and wildfires in the West, the intensifying impacts of climate change have been inescapable as summer turns to fall. Summer 2020 also brought a wave of new [...]

One Of The Best Climate Solutions Is Giving Indigenous People Their Land Back

By Eric Holthaus, The Phoenix. -

The work of our time is both slow and fast, rapidly transforming human society in the short and long term simultaneously. That can’t happen without re-examining our relationships with each other [...]

For An Egalitarian, Cooperative Road To An Ecosocialist Future

By Green Left, Socialist Project. -

We are in the midst of a climate emergency and there is no way out without radically changing the way society is organized. If humanity does not free itself from the capitalist drive for ever [...]

How Progressives Could Still Win The 21st Century

By Yanis Varoufakis, The Correspondent. -

Our era will be remembered for the triumphant march of authoritarianism in whose wake the vast majority of humanity have experienced unnecessary hardship and the planet’s ecosystem has suffered [...]

The Secret To Farming For The Climate

By Nicholas Carter, A Well Fed World. -

A major change to how we farm is not only necessary, it’s inevitable. The 2019 Climate Change and Land IPCC report described the need to focus on changing land use and current agriculture [...]

Many Superfund Sites Are Dangerously Threatened By Climate Change

By David Hasemyer and Lise Olsen, Inside Climate News. -

Barrett, Texas - Fred Barrett thought he'd wait out Hurricane Harvey at his home in this town outside Houston, founded by his great-grandfather in 1889. He prepared for heavy rain, wind and [...]

Big Oil Reality Check

By Oil Change International. -

As oil and gas companies claim to be part of the solution of the climate crisis, the reality couldn’t be more different. Our new discussion paper analyzes the current climate commitments of eight [...]

The Ecological Impact Of Militarism

By John Scales Avery, Popular Resistance. -

As we start the 21st century and the new millennium, our scientific and technological civilization seems to be entering a period of crisis. Today, for the first time in history, science has given [...]

Greenwashing The US military, Julian Assange, RIP Kevin Zeese

By Lee Camp, Redacted Tonight. -

The weather is getting more extreme by the year and conversations about climate change are growing along with it. So when Michael Moore made the movie ‘Planet of the Humans’, criticizing the [...]