Getting involved with climate action can be a source of hope and inspiration.
From The Current Issue
Bill McKibben has been a leading advocate for climate change action since he wrote the first popular book about global warming in 1989. In his new memoir, “The Flag, The Cross and the Station Wagon,” he connects the climate crisis to his suburban American boyhood and wonders “What the hell happened?”
Writing climate into your favorite series, from “Seinfeld” to “Scandal.”
From short videos to influencing Hollywood storylines, a new climate-related project is empowering BIPOC artists to take the lead on storytelling.
A moral philosopher on the ethics of how we address global warming.
An activist and writer argues for a movement that centers BIPOC voices on the environment.
The gas industry envisions a network of fossil-fuel dependent plants. Local activists imagine a different path.
In the newly released IPCC report, scientists concluded that immediate cuts are necessary to stop emissions. Systemic changes currently underway in the transportation sector could begin lowering that emissions footprint—but will it be enough?
Residents of Ironton, Louisiana are rallying for their share of recovery funds.
The evidence is clear that people are changing the climate dramatically. But human actions can also affect the climate for the better.
Faith does have a role to play in restoring climate hope.
“Wild Coast communities are using the courts to fight for the right to determine what happens in their territory and strengthening their hand in a country heavily marred by colonialism.”
A new podcast explores the rights of nature movement and its potential to shift Western legal doctrine around environmental protection.
Living sustainably can serve as quiet persuasion for those who may be turned off by scolding and hypocrisy.
In a world unraveling due to climate change, an environmental scientist looks to Indigenous stories of resilience.
Finding your place in the fight against the climate crisis doesn’t have to be rocket science.
The fossil fuel industry uses greenwashing and woke-washing to shirk their own responsibility.
“We can’t afford to let our education systems get in sustainability’s way.”
In a new book, Gus Speth charts 50 years of the U.S. government’s role in causing global warming.