Filmmakers Propose Online "Swarm Offensive" Against Climate Change
Aug 29, 2014
- Open source software brought us Linux and Wikipedia. Can it help us tackle the challenge of climate change?
Where Does All the Trash from Dollywood Go? To One of the World's Best Composting Facilities
by Erin L. McCoyAug 27, 2014
- Sevier County, Tenn., diverts 70 percent of waste from landfills—and it's becoming more efficient all the time.
These Young People Are Pioneering Appalachia's Post-Coal Economy
by Joe SolomonJul 17, 2014
- The Appalachian Transition Fellows are young people who will spend this year building diverse job opportunities in the coal-country counties that need them most.
Video: In Rural Kenya, Solar Lanterns Cut Carbon and Help Kids Read
Jun 26, 2014
- Solar power can be transformative in places where people have to walk for miles just to charge a cell phone.
Three Arrests in Latest Blockade of Tar Sands Equipment
by Rachael StoeveMar 18, 2014
- The equipment has been blocked in Oregon, Idaho, and Montana—in each case by an alliance between Native Americans and environmental groups.
Seattle Council to Governor: Protect this City (And the Climate) from Oil Trains
by Molly RuskMar 11, 2014
- Beyond the dangers of derailment and explosions, Seattleites are worried about oil-by-rail shipping's effect on the climate. Here's what they did about it.
Keystone XL "At a Standstill" After Nebraska Ruling
by Kristin MoeFeb 20, 2014
- Local landowners and environmentalists who have long opposed the pipeline project are celebrating the decision.
Darth Vader's Death Star Created Jobs, Too! New Video Pokes Fun at Keystone Pipeline Claims
by YES! online staffFeb 07, 2014
- The public comment period for the Keystone XL pipeline opened on Wednesday. This video is the comment from California-based climate group Movement Generation.
Beyond Keystone XL: 8 Reasons for Optimism on Climate Change
by Michael NorthropFeb 06, 2014
- Recent signs that Barack Obama may approve the Keystone XL pipeline have some environmentalists feeling down about the future of the climate. But huge and positive changes are quietly taking place.
A "Pay-It-Forward" Approach to Funding Solar Power
by Corey HillFeb 05, 2014
- Donations to a California nonprofit don't just fund one solar installation, but circulate from one project to the next.
Measuring Fukushima's Impact: How Geeks and Hackers Got Geiger Counters to the Masses
by Erika LundahlDec 06, 2013
- Thousands of ordinary people have contributed to a crowd-sourced effort to measure Fukushima's impact.
Facing Ourselves: The Climate Challenge Needs a New Kind of Bravery
by YES! online staffNov 28, 2013
- Before fighting climate change, we must first confront our emotions about it.
Pro-Coal Kids' Pages Pulled from Government Site as Public Pressure Increases
by Jeff BiggersOct 14, 2013
- Two sections that essentially told kids that coal was safe and good for the environment disappeared today from the website of a state agency in Illinois.
Will Trains Bring 48M Tons of Coal a Year Through Seattle? Not If the Locals Can Stop It
by Floyd McKayAug 20, 2013
- A plan to bring coal from Wyoming to the Pacific Northwest coast and ship it to Asia will test the mettle of the region's environmentalists.
Illinois’ Flawed Fracking Law Is Everyone’s Problem, Ecologist Says
by Jeff Biggers, Ben EvansJun 04, 2013
- The backroom negotiations behind the midwestern state’s new fracking regulations may be a taste of what’s to come in other places.