Madeline Ostrander's Blog
YES! Magazine's senior editor blogs about agitators, artists, and average folks working for a stable climate and an equitable world.
The late poet was a patriot who wrestled for the soul of her country.
The Keystone XL pipeline is back, sort of. But will its promoters’ tactics cause a property rights backlash?
After another disappointing round of UN negotiations, climate justice activists have a new strategy.
In Nebraska, the fight against the Keystone XL pipeline is no longer about left versus right.
In its risk assessment, is the State Department just taking the developer of the Keystone XL pipeline at its word?
Protesters push Obama to resist the influence of the oil industry and stop the Keystone XL pipeline.
Hurricane Irene becomes a powerful symbol for activists fighting the Keystone XL pipeline
Aristide's return to Haiti is a chance to ask what role the U.S. will play in the nation's future.
Seven years ago, activists in Cancún started a powerful international movement. How can climate justice advocates have the same impact?
In the wake of the BP disaster in the Gulf, Americans are ready for clean energy.
Demonstrators outside the U.N. negotiations demand a climate deal.
Activism is the most inspiring solution to come from a week of U.N. and G20 negotiations.
Youth activist Iris Andrews gets a commitment on climate change from British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, first-hand, on her cell phone.
The first lady launches a White House farmers market. Could her food agenda unite the nation?