The nation’s parliament is calling for the elimination of the internal combustion engine by 2030.
These are only five of the thousands of threatened and endangered species reliant on our nation's public lands.
From a small boat bobbing in the ocean to the growing resistance camps in North Dakota, the climate movement is on the rise.
A witness described it as a hate crime and said the driver yelled obscenities at a crowd protesting about Columbus Day and the North Dakota oil pipeline.
Many large power consumers have clearly demonstrated that, with or without their local utilities, they are moving towards a renewable future.
Concerns have arisen over the potential devastating impacts flooded factory farms could have on the environment and public health.
Clinton has already rejected the idea of a carbon tax, and some think it is because her hedge fund backers have big investments in gas and oil.
Despite the arrests and ongoing attacks toward unarmed people, the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline is far from over.
Could this be the future of farming?
“I got no funding of any kind. I work in coal and I care deeply about the environment.”