After 20 Years Reporting on Solutions, I’m Going on a Journey to Find Where Hope Lies Now
by Sarah van GelderAug 13, 2015
- YES! co-founder Sarah van Gelder sets out on a road trip to find the edge of change.
How the Pope Is Revving up Climate Action in LA’s Most Polluted Neighborhood
by Jasmine AguileraJul 01, 2015
- Catholic environmentalists are channeling the power of the Pope’s words into action.
Can We Save Our Planet? What the Climate Movement Can Learn From the Nuclear Freeze Campaign
by Duncan MeiselJun 01, 2015
- The Nuclear Freeze Campaign of the 1980s saved the world from nuclear war. Here's what today's climate activists can learn from its success.
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?
Where Do “Rednecks” Really Come From? A New Museum Has the Surprising Answer
by Catherine V. MooreMay 19, 2015
- Tourists spend $400 more per trip on average when their trips focus on history and culture. That could be a big opportunity for West Virginia's changing economy.
Want the Best Solutions for California’s Epic Drought? Ask a Farmworker from the Central Valley
by Sarah MirkMay 12, 2015
- “Low-income disadvantaged communities are the best water conservationists: At the end of the day, we’re not going to waste water because it costs money.”
The U.S. Has Nearly 600 Coal Waste Sites. Why They've Got West Virginians Worried
by Erin L. McCoyApr 23, 2015
- Residents fear that coal-contaminated water is seeping into their wells. But a lack of evidence is stalling action.
In a Win for Opponents of Mountaintop Removal, W.Va. Govt Decides to Study Health Impacts
by Laura Michele DienerApr 01, 2015
- The state's shift in approach is also good news for environmentalists worldwide, who want to see more urgency in transitioning away from fossil fuels.
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.
Replace the Gospel of Money: An Interview With David Korten
by Dean PatonFeb 20, 2015
- What if we measured wealth in terms of life, and how well we serve it?
Why We Need a New—and Old—Relationship With Our Living Earth
by Dean PatonFeb 18, 2015
- More and more people have come to understand that behaving as if they hold all rights to Earth’s bounty amounts to an eighth deadly sin.
“They’re driven by love. And they’re fierce.” Naomi Klein on the Climate Heroes Who Inspire Her
by Sarah van GelderJan 07, 2015
- From Native activists to urban youth, new leadership finds ways to deal with climate chaos.
Northern California's Railroads Are Carrying More Crude Oil Than Ever—But These Neighbors Aren't Having It
by Tara LohanDec 15, 2014
- Residents who have joined the fight against transporting oil by train have also come to understand aspects of the wider context.
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.
Video: Vancouver Opera Violinist Plays 19th-Century Ballad for Protesters in Pipeline Fight
by Mary HansenNov 21, 2014
- The cities of Vancouver and Burnaby, as well as First Nations, have all sued the pipeline company Kinder Morgan, which wants to extend a pipeline through a mountain in British Columbia.