Bayer Confirms End Of Sale Of Glyphosate-Based Herbicides

By Sustainable Pulse. -

Bayer Monsanto stated Thursday that “the company and its partners will replace its glyphosate-based products in the U.S. residential Lawn & Garden market with new formulations that rely on [...]

ALEC Meeting Queues Up The GOP’s Culture Wars

By David Armiak, Exposed By CMD. -

While Trump is no longer in office, ALEC members still wearing their MAGA hats can participate in Trump-themed trainings such as, “Achieving and Using Political Power: How You Implement an [...]

Record-Breaking Heat Waves Have Arrived Decades Earlier Than Predicted

By Sasha Abramsky, Truthout. -

The heat waves of 2021, which have pummeled western regions of the United States and Canada, have killed, at a minimum, hundreds of people. In British Columbia, authorities recorded a spike in [...]

Media Dismiss European Union Climate Plan As ‘Ambitious’

By Olivia Riggio, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. -

A recent New York Times article (7/9/21) describes a sickening scene in the wake of the Pacific Northwest’s heat wave: Dead mussels and clams coated rocks in the Pacific Northwest, their [...]

Landback Movement Would Return Stolen Land To Indigenous Stewardship

By In These Times. -

Beyond its explicit demand, landback is about transforming settler-colonial relationships to land; restoring the language, culture and sovereignty of tribal communities; and dismantling white [...]

The Power Plant Of The Future Is Right In Your Home

By Daniel Oberhaus, Wired. -

Basalt Vista is designed to be an all-electric community that produces as much power as it uses. Each home comes outfitted with an electric vehicle charger in the garage, a large battery pack in [...]

Interview With A Native Water Protector In Minnesota

By Sam Carliner, Left Voice. -

Native-led water protectors have been fighting to stop construction on the Line 3 pipeline in Minnesota. Enbridge, the Canadian multinational behind the pipeline, is violating Native treaties and [...]

Amazon Rainforest Is Releasing More Carbon Than It Stores

By Georgina Gustin, Inside Climate News. -

Over the last several years researchers have said that the Amazon is on the verge of transforming from a crucial storehouse for heat-trapping gasses to a source of them, a dangerous shift that [...]

Lake Erie Advocates Launch Billboard Against ‘Factory Farms’

By Alexandra Mester, The Blade. -

Digital ads now showing on electronic billboards across Toledo and elsewhere in the state are part of a local campaign taking aim against concentrated animal feeding operations. Mike Ferner, [...]

When Communities Reject The Throwaway Economy

By Mauro Anastasio, European Environmental Bureau. -

Here's how a growing number of communities across Europe are speeding up the shift to more resilient economies and supply chains. Rethinking the way we create, use, and dispose of our everyday [...]

Pennsylvania Town Battles To Shut Down Toxic Waste-To-Energy Plant

By Melinda Tuhus, Between The Lines. -

So-called waste-to-energy plants are the waste management industry’s way of describing toxic incinerators that burn trash and leave extremely toxic ash containing dioxin, mercury, arsenic and [...]

Environmental Groups Call On Big Plastic To Drop Lawsuit

By Environmental Defence, Cision. -

Toronto, Canada - This Plastic-Free July, Canadian environmental groups are calling out the top three producers of plastic in Canada: NOVA Chemicals, Dow Chemical and Imperial Oil/ExxonMobil. [...]

Company Cancels Plans For Oil Pipeline Through Black Neighborhoods

By Molly Taft, Gizmodo. -

It’s hard to find good climate news these days–but there’s some out of Tennessee. A company that was set to build a hotly contested oil pipeline through Black neighborhoods in Memphis said on [...]