Newsletter: After Trump’s Climate Withdrawal

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers for Popular Resistance. President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement follows the path of previous presidents who have [...]

World Reacts To Trump’s Intent To Withdraw From Climate Treaty

By Kevin Zeese, -

By Kevin Zeese for Popular Resistance. Washington, DC - President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement today, June 1. This prompted a strong response [...]

The Twelve Days (And Months) Of Climate Justice Day Two

By Winona LaDuke and John Foran, -

By Winona LaDuke and John Foran for Resilience - It’s 2016 and the weight of American corporate interests has come to the Missouri River, the Mother River. This time, instead of the Seventh [...]

Newsletter – Time To Ask Who We Are

By Margaret Flower and Kevin Zeese for Popular Resistance. The United States has reached a turning point. Where we turn is dependent on what we do as people to determine our future. Neither of [...]

Why There’s Hope For The Climate Movement Under Trump

By Nick Engelfried, -

By Nick Engelfried for Waging Nonviolence. If there is any silver lining from the Trump victory, it would seem to be the evidence that vast numbers of people are hungry for a radical shift in [...]

Pope Calls Taking Action On Climate Justice A Sacred Duty

By Nika Knight, -

By Nika Knight for Common Dreams - Humans are turning the planet into a 'polluted wasteland full of debris, desolation, and filth,' says Pope Francis. Pope Francis on Thursday put forth an urgent [...]

Power Of Indigenous Activists At Summit Of Climate Justice Movement

By Betsy Taylor, -

By Betsy Taylor for The Huffington Post - I just witnessed one of the most moving and tragic tales of this country and its people I have ever encountered. A caravan of Indigenous people traveled [...]

Don’t Let Dirty Energy Senators Divide The Climate Justice Movement

By Kevin Zeese, -

By Kevin Zeese for Popular Resistance - Holding decision makers personally accountable for their actions is not an extreme tactic. It has been used by many movements and is often very effective. [...]

Newsletter: People Power Essential To Saving Planet

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers for Popular Resistance. The climate crisis leads to the inevitable conclusion that our job is to turn the climate crisis into a political crisis that forces [...]

Rubber Stamp Rebellion Targets FERC & The Corporations It Serves

By Beyond Extreme Energy, -

By Beyond Extreme Energy for Popular Resistance. Starting Monday, May 16, Beyond Extreme Energy (BXE) will spend the week carrying out creative, non-violent actions throughout the Washington, [...]

Break Free From Fossil Fuels Worldwide Momentum

By Break Free Team, -

By Break Free for Popular Resistance, Over the last week, a global wave of actions to keep fossil fuels in the ground has been gathering momentum all over the world. Words alone are not enough to [...]

Newsletter: Living In A Post-2011 World

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers. The 2016 election has deepened the understanding of how out of step the establishment political parties are with the people of the United States. The parties [...]

Break Free: Largest Civil Disobedience In Environmental Movement History

By Break Free, -

By Break Free for Popular Resistance: Break Free is an unprecedented global mobilisation from May 4-15, 2016 - a movement and a global call for action - to leave fossil fuels in the ground. A [...]

Victory In Landmark Climate Case Recognizes Public Trust In Resources

By Our Children's Trust, -

By Our Children's Trust. On April 8, 2016, U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin of the federal District Court in Eugene, OR, decided in favor of 21 young Plaintiffs, and Dr. James Hansen on behalf [...]

Katrina, Climate Justice And Fish Dinners

By Bill Quigley, -

By Bill Quigley for Black Agenda Report - A young corporate lawyer returned to Louisiana to immerse herself in the post-Katrina struggles of her people. “People were being asked, in the middle of [...]