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Nebraska approves Keystone XL pipeline

Nebraska law barred regulators from considering spills or pipeline safety in its decision-making process, because who cares about the environment anyways, right?

There was progress at the Global Climate Summit. Now urgent action is needed.

To create a climate-safe world doesn't simply require impressive targets for the next two decades – it requires urgent action in the next two years.

Landmark youth climate lawsuit heads to federal appeals court

"We look forward to the opportunity to argue this case before the Ninth Circuit so that we can move quickly to trial."

Keystone Pipeline leaks in South Dakota, spilling over 200,000 gallons of oil

“Enough is enough. Pipelines leak – it's not a question of 'if', but 'when.'”

Oregon and Washington join 20 countries to phase out coal by 2030

"Phasing out coal power is good news for the climate, for our health and for our kids."

Why 116,000 black women are walking throughout the US

Thirty minutes a day begins as a walk toward freedom from illness, disease, exhaustion, and, in some cases, trauma.

Bayou Bridge pipeline opponents file to intervene in hearing for private security firm in...

“TigerSwan doesn’t get to deny us our humanity in our state.”

Massive fracking on Nevada public lands sought by Trump administration, conservation groups launch legal...

The protest says the BLM has violated the National Environmental Policy Act and the Endangered Species Act by failing to analyze the risks of drilling for oil and fracking with dangerous chemicals on such a massive scale.

New study links osteoporosis to air pollution

“Air pollution continues to rise at an alarming rate, and affects economies and people’s quality of life; it is a public health emergency.”

People act where US fails on climate

If we are to have a livable future, we must act rapidly.