Any concessions grudgingly given at COP26 were forced by activists from the front lines of the climate justice movement.
A new Interior Department report about leasing public lands and waters has left climate campaigners fuming.
Agroforestry holds the technical potential to sequester a significant percentage of total global emissions.
Native people are still battling world-crushing forces.
It’s no wonder the president of the United Nations Climate Change Conference apologized, close to tears, at its end.
Let’s not again be fooled into hoping that a climate conference used to defend national economic interests will save us.
The left can win with a bold visionary policy that links climate mitigation to economic transformation.
Congress should be leading us toward fossil-free energy instead of subsidizing the industry up to $20 billion per year.
Environmentalists say the fracking boom in the Permian Basin is a ticking “climate bomb.”
Leases for more oil drilling are flying to anyone who can write the U.S. government a big enough check.