Thursday, May 6, 2021

The PR industry aims to demobilize environmental movements — here’s what organizers can do...

Public relations poses distinct threats to environmental movements, but activists are becoming more savvy and developing new forms of resistance.

Afghanistan’s green future?

Can Afghanistan's mineral wealth finance a transition to a carbon-neutral future?

Biden plans to cut U.S. climate pollution in half by 2030

“We cannot preach temperance from a barstool and not pay our fair share when approximately 40% of all the excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is red, white and blue.”

The GOP ​climate push that mostly leaves out climate

House Republicans introduced a new climate agenda that promotes fossil fuels and speculative technologies, while leaving out real emissions reduction targets.

PPE may save human lives, but it’s deadly for wildlife

Welcome to the world’s new pollution problem.

How Native communities on the frontline of climate change are feeling the heat

“We have the least amount of resources. So we’re doing more with less every year."

The recycling industry in America is broken

There is a vast divide between the misleading, popular notion of recycling as a "solution" to the American over consumption problem and the darker reality of recycling as a failing business model.

The Greenwashing Files: Fossil fuel giants accused of ‘deceptive’ advertising

A major new catalogue of fossil fuel company adverts based on DeSmog’s research shows the gap between their public image and the reality of their operations.

Youth demand US action on climate-induced loss and damage in global south

"We are a generation that doesn't want only to blame; we want to influence concrete change on the political, community, and society level."

Private security firm accused of working illegally to protect oil and gas pipelines in...

Leighton, which is based in Texas, has also been accused of operating without a license in North Dakota, Michigan, Iowa, and Ohio.