“We had no other alternative.” An interview with poet Wendell Berry midway through his four-day sit-in in the Kentucky governor’s office.
How going local can restore our ecosystems, our societies, and our spirits.
In Seattle, how changes in policy help prepare for changes in climate.
Can local laws have a real effect on the power of giant corporations?
What’s really needed if we are to turn the Plug-In Revolution into the main event, instead of a colorful but distracting sideshow?
Artist Robert Shetterly remembers a coal miner's daughter who took on the coal industry.
What cooperation and sharing have to do with saving the world.
West Virginia activist Judy Bonds died of cancer this week. Before she died, she gave this interview about fighting to save her home from mountaintop removal coal mining.
How can cities adapt to climate change? For Seattle, it means planning ahead for an uncertain future.
A visual essay.
There was plenty of disappointment and hardship this year. But the year also brought opportunities for transformation.
What are a city’s options for cutting its carbon?
Video: Residents of Kiribati sing a haunting song about the disappearance of their island home under the waves.
Seven years ago, activists in Cancún started a powerful international movement. How can today’s climate justice advocates have the same impact?
Air travel is neither just nor sustainable. So how can environmental justice activists make a global difference?