Hurricane Costs Expected to Skyrocket Due to Climate Change
“Climate change is real, it is caused by human activity and it is already causing devastating harm. Extreme weather disasters like hurricanes will devastate communities and cost the American taxpayers billions of dollars.”
Chile Producing So Much Solar Energy It’s Giving Electricity Away for Free
With so much clean power available, the price of solar has cost absolutely nothing for certain regions in recent months.
Climate Justice from the Ground Up: 6 Ballot Initiatives to Watch in 2016
These measures are noteworthy because they don’t just regulate emissions or mandate transitions. They actually do things like help the economically insecure, create material incentives for individual change, restore ecosystems, and reassert the authority of local entities over corporate polluters.
Glyphosate Found in Urine of 93 percent of Americans Tested
Glyphosate-containing herbicides are sold under trademarks such as Monsanto’s Roundup.
Donald Trump Says There is No Drought in California
Trump claims California is not in a drought and will open up water to farmers if he is elected president.
20K Bees Chased a Car for 2 Days to Rescue Their Queen Bee
Clearly, devotion knows no limits between a queen bee and her loyal subjects.
Undercover Investigation Exposes Shocking Neglect at Third Largest Pig Farm in U.S.
The Maschhoffs, the third largest pig producer in the U.S., has just been exposed for mistreating their pigs.
Breaking Free: A Rising Tide Of Climate Resistance
There has long been a clarion call to save the planet for future generations. It becomes increasingly clear that it is the younger generation that will save us all.
Beer Company Develops Edible Six-Pack Rings That Feed, Rather Than Kill, Marine Life
A craft beer company and an ad agency brewed up a brilliant idea to save marine life if six-pack rings end up in the ocean.
Tens of Thousands Take Part in Global Actions Targeting World’s Most Dangerous Fossil Fuel...
“Tens of thousands of activists took to the streets, occupied mines, blocked rail lines, linked arms, paddled in kayaks and held community meetings in 13 countries, pushing the boundaries of conventional protest to find new ways to demand coal, oil and gas stay in the ground.”