High level links between polluting sectors and bank directors could be acting as a block to climate action, campaigners warn.
Citizens can handle the truth on climate, when they see something meaningful they can do about it together.
Two of the “Tennessee Three” state lawmakers encouraged the climate protesters.
First-of-its-kind analysis examines pension fund investments in the fossil fuel sector made by four major U.S. hospital systems.
The court’s denial of petitions in a handful of climate cases clears the way for them to proceed in state courts.
Diane Wilson has fought for decades to stop Formosa Plastic Corp.’s pollution of the bays where generations of her family have fished.
Document warning that civilisation could prove a "fragile thing" is used to bolster District of Columbia lawsuit against Big Oil.
World-first climate lawsuit challenging a state’s transportation system will go to trial this fall.
A new report examines how the top 20-ranked law schools are funneling students into jobs supporting “climate destroying” projects.
NW Natural has contributed nearly $950,000 to a campaign to overturn Eugene’s limit on natural gas use in new construction.