Wednesday, September 20, 2017
We need your help to continue operations.
Donate Now or Learn More
$21,508/$25,000 raised. Donations are tax-deductible.

Energy Transfer Partners releases statement on Dakota Access Pipeline, refuses to back down

The companies insist that they will continue construction on the pipeline without rerouting it around Lake Oahe, despite being denied the legal right to do so.

3 Reasons the Historic U.S.-Canada Commitment to Curbing Methane Emissions Is Big

There is a reason we held a Climate Reality Leadership Corps training in Toronto last year: Canada is a crucial player in the climate fight.

Pruitt flings open EPA doors to anti-science conservative ideologues

Pruitt refused to recuse himself from eight ongoing lawsuits against the EPA that he helped file as Oklahoma’s top prosecutor.

From Europe to China to India, uncertainty and fear over Trump’s climate rollback

The E.U., China and other leading economies must share the brunt of the responsibility to tackle climate change.

We need a mass movement to demand radical progressive change

Is the Democratic Party beyond hope?

Judge awards Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline builder rights to seize last 5 holdout properties, including...

The judge's order means pipeline construction can begin as soon as possible.

Over 100 Notre Dame students walk out of Mike Pence’s commencement speech

President Trump was going to be asked to give the speech, but thousands of students signed a petition demanding the university not invite him.

The Crackdown on Dakota Access Pipeline Reporters Shows the Vital Role of Independent Media

These arrests have raised issues about the complex relationship between activism and journalism.

Fight for health care begins

A spark has been lit in the current healthcare fight.

Trump advisors plan to privatize native lands to tap into oil rich reservations

The incoming president has picked climate change deniers and pro-fossil fuel bigwigs for cabinet positions.