Environmentalists, industry, and politicians have a second chance to learn from decades of wolf debates and save the grizzlies.
We can thank our children—and their lawsuits—for insisting that public trust and hard science be part of climate decision-making.
From the Current Issue
Up against the White House’s “alternative facts” and attempts to hide climate data, new allies—citizens and science—can prevail against politicians and corporations.
For marginalized communities along the California-Mexico border, projects to gather and share scientific reports are crucial to holding agencies accountable.
Criminal sabotage was one of the charges for Ken Ward, who with fellow activists in Minnesota, Montana, and North Dakota shut down pipelines carrying tar sands oil.
Climate scientists like me need to be clear about the global danger. Putting a price on CO2 would slow warming more effectively than any other policy tool we have available.
Washington state is considering putting a price on carbon emissions. This will not fix our climate problem and, in fact, will help fossil fuel companies continue to profit from it.
After activists launched a strike shutting off the flow of tar sands oil across the U.S. this week, a movement leader calls for more faith-based direct action.
Campaigns are a tactic, like protests and boycotts, and the trick is to use them wisely, not to prove how good you are.
In his new documentary, Josh Fox says we can use love to push aside the fear and hopelessness that comes with climate change.
Nearly 200 activists arrived in Anacortes, Washington last week to protest our dependence on fossil fuels. They joined others across the globe in the call for a renewable energy transition.