An Appalachian grandmother says no to coal, yes to wind power.
Left homeless after Hurricane Katrina, she fights for communities that will suffer most from climate impacts.
Climate change is teaching military leaders to think about security in a new way.
A historic worldwide deliberative survey represents a milestone in democracy at the global level and a challenge to pessimists who say it’s impossible to negotiate a new international climate change treaty this year.
In the run-up to UN climate negotiations in Copenhagen, a powerful global movement for climate action is emerging.
In Portland, Recovery Act funds are "laying the foundation for long-term economic, environmental, and community health."
As expectations for action in Copenhagen diminish, activists are raising their voices. Amy Goodman interviews Bill McKibben, co-founder and director of 350.org, and Australian scientist Tim Flannery, chair of the Copenhagen Climate Council and author of The Weather Makers.
From Mt. Everest to the Maldives, people worldwide are turning an arcane number into a movement for a stable climate. Bill McKibben asks: Will you join them?
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's opposition to addressing climate change is making it very unpopular, even in corporate America.
When world leaders gather in Copenhagen, young people will be watching from the sidelines. However, don’t expect them to stay there for long.
College students across the country are working to eject coal from their campuses and their communities.
The old apprenticeship model of learning by doing gets new life as people who’ve been left out of the job market train to meet the growing demand for green-collar workers.