Water Protectors Chain Themselves Inside Enbridge Line 3 Pipe

By Jessica Corbett, Commondreams. -

Minnesota - Water protectors were arrested Thursday after halting construction at a Minnesota worksite for Enbridge's Line 3 project by locking themselves together inside a pipe [...]

Hot Again: 2020 Sets Yet Another Global Temperature Record

By Seth Borenstein, AP News. -

Earth’s rising fever hit or neared record hot temperature levels in 2020, global weather groups reported Thursday. While NASA and a couple of other measurement groups said 2020 passed or [...]

Extinction Rebellion Brought Love, Police Brought Rage

By Petrina Harley, Green Left. -

Extinction Rebellion WA (XR) hit the streets with a Festival of Love and Rage on November 28 with a message to the Western Australia Premier: act on the climate emergency like you dealt with the [...]

Lockdown To Stop The Keystone XL Pipeline

By 2KC Media, Facebook. -

Live from Sovereign Oceti Sakowin Territory in so-called Haakon county, South Dakota at one of many active and illegal KXL Crude Oil Pipeline Pump Stations. Illegal Construction on Treaty [...]

World’s Public Banks Gathered At First-Ever Summit

By Andrea Germanos, Commondreams. -

"There is no excuse for the continued funding of billions of dollars in coal, gas, or oil projects. This must stop now," Sophie Richmond, a coordinator with Big Shift Global, said in a [...]

Energy Transitions And Colonialism

By Hamza Hamouchene, Africa Is A Country. -

The year 2020 has seen an unprecedented oil price crash, causing a shock to the fossil fuel industry. The impact has been brutal among oil companies, especially in the high-cost US shale oil [...]

How Can We Comprehend The Climate Crisis?

By Gero Rueter, EcoWatch. -

The science is clear. If we continue to emit greenhouse gases at the same rate we have been doing for the past decades, 80 years from now, our planet will be at least four degrees warmer than [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Democrat’s Climate Change Lies

By Margaret Kimberley, Black Agenda Report. -

In recent weeks a combination of drought and record breaking heat have accelerated wildfire season to historic levels of devastation. More than 4.6 million acres have burned in the states of [...]

New Fossil Fuel Projects Meet Indigenous Resistance

By Randall Hyman, Truthout. -

New Mexico - The spicy pungency of sagebrush filled the air in Greater Chaco, New Mexico, in late July this summer as I watched towering, rain-laden clouds gather across the endless horizon — a [...]

Senate Democrats’ New Climate Report Disappoints

By Marlee Kokotovic, Nation of Change.   -

Senate Democrats released a climate action report earlier this week leaving green groups, environmental activists, and progressive campaigners disappointed. Critics of the report are saying [...]

How Much Will Earth Really Warm By? Here’s The Latest Research

By Ben McNeil, Science Alert. -

A major new study has been published - one that gives much more certainty on the extent of future warming we might expect. Along with many other international climate scientists, it was led by [...]

Climate Activists Are Closer Than Ever To Ending All Fossil Fuel Investments

By Nick Engelfried, Waging Nonviolence. -

When New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli announced last month that the state would divest its over $200 billion Common Retirement Fund from more than 20 coal companies, it marked an [...]

COVID19 Lockdown Has Little Impact On Climate, Green Recovery Needed

By Piers Forster, The Conversation. -

Here in the UK, with traffic noise back to drowning out birdsong, and foreign holidays back on the cards, it is easy to forget the weeks of cleaner air. If we do not seize the opportunity to [...]