Kelly Hayes and Ruth Wilson Gilmore discuss organizing, extraction and time.
Two Alaska Native corporations are working to develop what would be one of the world’s largest gold mines.
Museums have profited from colonial violence for centuries. Strike MoMA and other activists worldwide say, “no more.”
As resistance to fossil fuels grows, private militaries have become a lucrative business, especially in Latin America.
A grassroots movement is demanding justice for impacted communities one year after a devastating dam collapse.
“Decolonization begins with the very Earth itself,” say the editors of “Standing with Standing Rock.”
Portuguese are organizing to stop a boom in lithium mining, as the government rushes to become Europe’s top supplier.
By ignoring the persecution of environmental defenders in Chile and elsewhere the UN is setting a dangerous precedent.
Nasa activists are taking direct action to liberate the land, cutting down cane fields and growing native vegetation.
The author of the new book, “On Fire: The Burning Case for a Green New Deal,” discusses how she finds hope.