This College Student Chained Herself to a Shell Oil Ship for Three Days. Here’s Why.
by Araz HachadourianMay 27, 2015
- Will young activists do anything to stop oil drilling in the Arctic?
Why Seattleites Think They Can Stop Shell Oil From Drilling in the Arctic
by James Trimarco, Araz HachadourianApr 27, 2015
- The Port of Seattle has welcomed the oil company to temporarily moor its drilling rig before it’s towed to Alaska. But these protestors are threatening to block it.
Bill McKibben: How a Lawyer From the Jim Crow South Shaped the Fight Against Climate Change
by Bill McKibbenApr 20, 2015
- In his memoir, James Gustave Speth talks about his work to end climate change and why it's time for a new environmental movement.
Drink Your Way to Sustainability With These Climate-Conscious Microbrews
by Kayla SchultzApr 03, 2015
- It's the weekend! Plan your happy hour with our interactive map of forward-thinking breweries.
This Activist Went to Prison for the Climate. Now He Wants Churches To Take Moral Leadership
by Tim DeChristopherMar 27, 2015
- The movements that persevere are those that find a form of hope, even in dark times.
Wendell Berry on Climate Change: To Save the Future, Live in the Present
by Wendell BerryMar 23, 2015
- In this selection from his new book, the poet and farmer Wendell Berry connects the dangers of the future to a failure to live fully in the here and now.
Climate Scientists Are for Real—Video Project Shows They’re Parents, Neighbors, Just Like You
by A.C. ShiltonMar 16, 2015
- The project offers climate scientists a chance to speak to the public for themselves.
When the Grandmothers Awoke
by Jennifer BrowdyMar 02, 2015
- Becoming a global family, one that unites ancient indigenous wisdom with other faith and cultural traditions, is essential if humanity is to overcome the crises of climate change.
Women Over 65 Own Nearly a Third of Iowa’s Farmland—Can They Prevent the Next Dust Bowl?
by Sena ChristianFeb 25, 2015
- So many older women are inheriting farms that some experts believe training them in land conservation may be society's best bet in protecting the food supply.
Deep in the Amazon, a Tiny Tribe Is Beating Big Oil
by David GoodmanFeb 12, 2015
- The people of Sarayaku are a leading force in 21st century indigenous resistance, engaging the western world politically, legally, and philosophically.
Can Empathy for Birds Make Us Happier? Ten Breakthroughs in the Science of a Meaningful Life
by Jeremy Adam Smith, Bianca Lorenz, Kira M. Newman, Lauren Klein, Lisa Bennett, Jason Marsh, Jill SuttieJan 09, 2015
- Last year, scientists found that gratitude makes us financially smarter, mindfulness reduces racism, a little sadness makes for healthier people, and compassion for birds could help tackle climate change.
UN Climate Negotiators Drop the Ball in Lima—Now It’s Up to the Grassroots to Pick It Up
by Jim ShultzDec 11, 2014
- Negotiators have stopped trying to win a binding international agreement on carbon emissions. Now it’s up to the people to push our governments to action.
These 3 Colleges Stopped Investing in Fossil Fuels—One Year Later, Their Endowments Are Doing Just Fine
by A.C. ShiltonDec 11, 2014
- Colleges argue that divestment is not financially responsible—but those who’ve already done it say the risk is minimal.
The New Economy Comes of Age: 7 Steps Toward Shared Prosperity
by Fran KortenDec 10, 2014
- Democratic ownership, localized food production, and a shift to renewables are key principles in this growing movement to re-envision our economy.
Meet the Lobstermen Arrested for Blocking a Coal Freighter—and the DA Who Kept Them Out of Jail
by Natasha DonovanDec 02, 2014
- Last spring, these men were in a small white lobster boat anchored to block the path of an oncoming freighter hauling 40,000 tons of coal. They didn't expect the district attorney to support them.