The damage that has been done to the environment is only now beginning to reveal itself after decades of denial.
Activists say the target isn’t ambitious enough to put the U.S. and the world on track to curbing dangerous warming.
California may see an earlier fire season, but regenerative agriculturalists say benefits to their approach are visible.
World-renowned dissident Noam Chomsky and economist Robert Pollin discuss the state of the planet on the 51st Earth Day.
She hopes she can draw enough attention to pressure Biden to stop plans for a new oil export hub at Texas’ Lavaca Bay.
Nine days of action planned for Earth Day to May Day will highlight the intersections of climate and worker justice.
Organizer Dallas Goldtooth discusses Indigenous-led anti-pipeline activism in the U.S. on Earth Day.
Marcus Eriksen and Priscilla Villa discuss more.
But organizers say Earth Day marches for science in more than 600 cities are just the beginning.