What Is Climate Feminism?

By Nicole Greenfield, EcoWatch. -

Last fall, two powerful hurricanes, Eta and Iota, slammed into Central America within two weeks of each other, causing massive flooding and landslides and affecting millions of people, primarily [...]

Bezos’ Earth Fund Is An Unnatural Disaster

By Climate Justice Alliance. -

Now is the time for undeniably powerful grassroots leadership. If we’ve learned anything this year from the brilliant, brave, bold, and beautiful Black, Brown, Indigenous and other frontline [...]

EPA Postpones Environmental Justice Training

By Rachel Frazin, The Hill. -

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will postpone training on environmental inequity faced by communities of color and low-income communities following a White House order calling for [...]

“Hard Road Of Hope” Shows West Virginia Is A Mirror Of The United States

By Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance. -

For years now Eleanor has been participating in climate justice camps and actions providing support to those on the front lines of the climate and environmental crises however it was needed from [...]

The Struggle For Justice Within Extinction Rebellion US

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

The Extinction Rebellion is a nonviolent direct action campaign that started in the United Kingdom in the Fall of 2018 to push governments to declare a climate crisis and to take action to [...]

Social Ecology: Radicalizing The Climate Movement

By Katie Horvath, ROAR Magazine. -

It is not up for debate: climate change is the most pressing issue of our time. Aside from the rather obvious fact that we cannot wage any struggle or build any new society in the shell of the [...]

There Can Be No Climate Justice Without Social Justice

By Milagros Pichardo, Granma -

“Forests are shrinking, the air is poisoned and rivers polluted. Countless species of plants and animals perish have perished. Soils are impoverished. Old and new epidemics spread, while the [...]

As Cost Of Climate Crisis Grows, Climate Movement Escalates

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

The warnings of climate chaos are coming so fast they are difficult to keep up with. Storms, heatwaves and climate-related weather disasters are increasing at a rapid pace. The leadership of the [...]

The People Demand Urgent, Vital, And Ambitious Action A COP 24

By Jesse Bragg, The People's Demands  for Climate Justice -

Climate change is the crisis of our time. Its intensifying impacts are affecting millions of people around the world, the health of our planet, and is driving species extinction. It is [...]

Pelosi Office & Hallway Taken Over By Calls For A Green New Deal

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance -

Climate Justice activists organized by the Sunrise Movement held a sit-in in Rep. Nancy Pelosi's office calling for a Green New Deal and filled the hallway outside of her office. The hallway [...]

Justice Roberts Blocks Discovery In Children’s Trust Climate Lawsuit

By Staff, Quartz -

On Friday (Oct. 19), the US Supreme Court blocked a climate lawsuit that pits children against the federal government. The trial was set to start in 10 days, and the lawyers for the young people [...]

Protests Disrupt Global Climate Action Summit

By Joe Kukura, SF Weekly   -

Political leaders and delegates attending Gov. Jerry Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit had a difficult time getting in to the conference Thursday morning. That’s because several hundred [...]

We Can No Longer Afford A Fossil Fuel Economy

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

The Global #RiseForClimate actions are just one example of many that the climate justice movement is building the power needed to transform the economy and put in place policies to confront [...]

How Green Groups Became So White And What To Do About It

By Diane Toomey, Yale Environment 360 -

If environmental organizations want to become racially diverse, says sociologist Dorceta Taylor, they need to change the way they perceive people of color. In an e360 interview, she talks about [...]

Climate Justice Advocates Planning Pressure On State And Local Governments

By Emily Southard, 350.org -

We often think of leadership as something elected officials and people in power embody. The truth is real leadership comes from the people, and the past week has proven that. On Friday, June [...]