Saturday, December 7, 2019

Bernie Sanders joins Des Moines climate strike, young people in 20 states begin sit-ins...

"If we have the courage to take on the fossil fuel industry and other special interests, if we have the courage to pass a Green New Deal, we can create up to 20 million good-paying jobs transforming our energy system.”

People who want to ban fracking immediately, says Joe Biden, ‘oughta vote for someone...

"Might I recommend Bernie Sanders: the climate candidate."

Los Angeles school board commits to renewable energy after months of grassroots campaigning

"This 100% Clean Energy school district commitment demonstrates what can happen when students, parents, teachers and school district leaders work to move the needle on climate."

The bee is officially on the verge of extinction

With our own health and well-being directly linked to these insects, we have to make it a priority to ensure the bee population's survival.

WMO says this decade has been the hottest ever recorded

The world’s top climate scientists have praised WMO for communicating the urgency of the crisis and encourages lawmakers to take the report seriously.

Texas nonprofit aims to solve two problems: Homelessness and environmental cleanup

To date, the program has paid out over $100,000 in earned income and helped 24 individuals experiencing homelessness secure stable housing.

Dozens arrested for demanding food justice at Jane Fonda’s fire drill Friday protest in...

The weekly demonstration coincided with a global youth-led climate strike that aimed to put pressure on governments attending COP 25.

How to shop sustainably

Some clothes are more environmentally friendly than others. Here’s how to find them.

We need to talk about environmental projects that fail

Celebrating success is great, but a new study finds patterns we can learn from — including the fact that we ignore failure at our own peril.

As air pollution reaches epidemic proportions, EPA rollbacks cause 200,000 deaths per year

"When a study shows 99% of death occurring at exposure levels below that threshold, that should make us look much harder at whether the threshold protects people effectively enough.”