Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Judge Dismisses Riot Charges Against Journalist Amy Goodman

“This is a complete vindication of my right as a journalist to cover the attack on the protesters, and of the public’s right to know what is happening with the Dakota Access pipeline.”

Hurricane Sandy-Sized Floods Up to 17 Times More Likely by 2100

As the remnants of Hurricane Matthew recede, the warnings and evacuations in the Caribbean and US east coast are giving way to rescue efforts and clean-up operations.

The Great Barrier Reef and the Real Danger to the World’s Oceans

The Great Barrier Reef, the largest living structure on Earth, is on its death bed and will be lucky to survive just another 5 years. The culprit? It’s not what you think.

Bernie Sanders Joins Forces with Protestors to Halt DAPL

Sanders and four other senators have signed a powerful letter sent to Obama urging a halt of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Injection of Fracking Wastewater Caused Kansas’ Biggest Earthquake

This man-made quake, which hit 40 miles southwest of Wichita and felt as far away as Memphis, likely came from just one or two nearby wells.

650,000 K-12 Children Attend School Within One Mile of a Fracked Well in U.S.

The spread of fracking across the U.S. over the last decade has been damaging to our environment and health, and it’s time to put a stop to the practice and start healing the damage.

Journalist Amy Goodman to Turn Herself in to North Dakota Authorities

The Committee to Protect Journalists has said that the warrant is "a transparent attempt to intimidate reporters from covering protests of significant public interest."

Germany Wants to Ban Fossil-Fuel-Powered Cars

The nation’s parliament is calling for the elimination of the internal combustion engine by 2030.

5 Endangered Species Dependent on Public Lands for Survival

These are only five of the thousands of threatened and endangered species reliant on our nation's public lands.

Putting Their Bodies On The (Pipe)Line

From a small boat bobbing in the ocean to the growing resistance camps in North Dakota, the climate movement is on the rise.