“I don’t understand why America doesn’t understand how important water is. So we have no choice. We have to stand.”
Clickbait stories of happy animals returning to suddenly quiet habitats paint an overly rosy picture of COVID-19’s impact on the marine environment.
This is not the first time that climate measures and aviation bailouts have coincided in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Unlike traditional national security threats, climate threats have no respect for national or sector borders and cannot be solved with missiles.
We now have evidence that climate change is impacting the best-known and strongest global pattern in ecology.
“Together with the communities we will continue to fight and pursue all legal options nationally and internationally because the rights of 27,000 Kichwa people and the rights of nature have been clearly violated."
More than 1,600 gallons of oil have spilled in the Inglewood Oil Field — the largest urban oil field in the country,...
“If countries make plans now to put society on a path of sustained and dramatic cuts to emissions from today, we can avoid ever-rising emissions and the dangerously accelerating impacts of climate change.”
“These companies are producing a significant percentage of the carbon that we use, which is destroying our planet, and we want to know what they are doing to transform their companies away from fossil fuel.”
With the Line 3 and Dakota Access pipelines threatening Indigenous land, youth from the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes ran 2,000 miles to deliver a powerful message to the new administration.