As negotiations heat up and international leaders begin to arrive at the U.N. climate negotiations in Copenhagen, grassroots pressure is increasing.
NGO representatives walk out of climate negotiations, police clash with protesters, and all eyes turn to the U.S. and China.
Movement building in this period requires actions that can bring about a radical shift in values.
Video: Archbishop Desmond Tutu, calling for a legally binding agreement on climate change, says the movement for climate justice in Copenhagen would cheer God up.
As week two begins, the U.N. climate negotiations focus on global inequality.
The largest environmental demonstration in history took place in Copenhagen on Saturday.
Demonstrators outside the U.N. negotiations demand a climate deal.
A new bipartisan climate bill offers a much smarter way to cut emissions—auction off pollution permits and distribute the proceeds to everyone.
Bill McKibben: There are reasons to be encouraged about the negotiations in Copenhagen, and ways to get involved in your own backyard.
The Copenhagen negotiations shouldn't be about avoiding blame, but about getting results.
In Copenhagen, diverse coalitions of activists are supporting each other in calling for a binding and equitable treaty.
"We the People" will have to act up if we want a global agreement that averts climate chaos.
I spoke (via Skype) to the graduate students Symposium at Harvard University on December 5, the 20th anniversary of the death of Nathan Huggins, former director of the university's DuBois Center.
A group of young activists took over the stage, telling Americans for Prosperity that real prosperity comes from clean energy.
Youth activists are playing an important role: refusing to allow the smallness of politics to stand in the way of the fair and globally-binding deal that our generation demands for survival.
Before the summit's first plenary, young activists inject energy and passion into the proceedings.
Video: Leaders of the climate justice movement on turning the U.N. negotiations in Copenhagen into a true global turning point.
Independent media on what we can hope for from the largest and most important U.N. climate change summit in history.
As some try to lower expectations about the outcome of the U.N. climate summit in Copenhagen, public pressure for real action is increasing.