From the White House lawn to the jungles of Bolivia—what happens when a president fails to live up to his environmental rhetoric?
To protect their water supply, Salvadorans are trying to ban corporate gold mining—and facing threats and violence as a result.
A video tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives to protect the environment.
An indigenous elder from the Amazon takes Chevron to court.
“We can no longer endure this reckless abuse of our rights, and our lives.” Appalachians appeal for help in the fight against mountaintop removal coal mining.
At the second March on Blair Mountain, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. tells the story of America’s long struggle against unchecked corporate power.
Vermont is leading the way toward agricultural and economic change. What we can learn from the “Slow Living Summit” about building sustainable futures everywhere.
Cornel West, Malia Lazu, and more on what the green movement would look like if Van Jones were still in the White House.
We’re all familiar with vicious cycles. But what happens when solutions build on each other?
The public health crisis caused by the BP oil spill has received little media attention, and even less government help. Gulf Coast residents are trying to change that.
What happened when eleven young activists confronted the president about his climate and energy policies.
Majora Carter: How to break the cycle of environmental injustice and build happier communities.
After enduring years of toxic dumping and rising cancer rates, indigenous Ecuadorians took oil giant Chevron to court to fight for the life of the rainforest—and its people.
What do the deficit, budget, and tax battles now raging across America and Europe have to do with solving climate change? More than you think.
Can the small fishers of Trinidad and Tobago become pillars of a new economy when the oil- and gas-based economy finally runs dry?