Monday, November 18, 2019

In a major win for the environment, world’s largest bank says goodbye to fossil...

The bank's decision to end all financing of oil, gas, and coal projects after 2021 will make it the first multilateral lender to rule out financing for projects that contribute to the climate crisis.

While warning of Nazi-like fascism and corporate crimes, Pope Francis proposes adding ‘ecological sin’...

In remarks at the Vatican, the leader of the Catholic Church condemned "the large-scale delinquency of corporations."

Here are 3 climategate myths that have not aged well

In the face of extreme scrutiny catalyzed by Climategate, climate scientists kept on doing what they do best — researching.

Oil spill prevention law helps contain leak at Shell Puget Sound Refinery

"No oil in the water is acceptable for any of us who do this kind of work."

Big Oil needs to pay for the damage it caused

"Justice demands real money moving from the global North to the global South to compensate for the damage we’ve done."

Putting ‘health of all species’ in danger, Trump EPA proposal guts restrictions on toxic...

“With Trump's EPA reversing even the most commonsense protections, our health, and the health of all species, is in serious danger.”

Standing Rock Sioux say proposed DAPL expansion will increase spill risk

“I’m here because they want to double the risk of a spill.”

The situation room, October 2039

What the U.S. military will be doing in a climate crisis future.

In Oregon and five other states, youth are making legal cases for climate action

The legal theory underpinning Chernaik v. Brown and other youth climate litigation derives from the public trust doctrine — the concept that natural resources are held in trust by governments that must protect them.

Italian mayor blames Venice flooding on climate change

Venice saw the highest tide in 50 years on Tuesday night threatening many monuments throughout the historic city putting it in a...