Since Monday, activists have racked up 585 arrests at protests in Washington, D.C., while pushing the President to declare a climate emergency ahead of international climate negotiations.
People vs. Fossil Fuels week-long protest continues in Washington DC, with a sustained message to President Biden to take meaningful action against the climate crisis
An investigative journalist shares her perspective after being arrested twice while reporting on resistance to the Bayou Bridge pipeline construction.
The act of civil disobedience marks the first of five days of protests pressuring President Biden to take stronger action on the climate crisis.
Campaign co-founder Richard Curtis said it was important "to act with urgency to make sure that the trillions in our pensions help tackle the climate crisis, not fuel the fire."
The pipeline would have crossed more than 88 waterways, 44 wetlands, 30 parks, and 33 conservation easements. Experts say the cancelation demonstrates that federal regulators must stop approving gas pipelines that fail to show they are needed in the first place.
A University of Aberdeen spokesperson said its decision to divest was part of a commitment to provide leadership on sustainability issues and support a "just transition" for the energy sector.
Indigenous peoples in North America have helped block tar sands mines, oil pipelines, and LNG export terminals. Their successes against the fossil fuel industry have kept enormous volumes of carbon pollution out of the atmosphere.
Campaigners are urging ministers to "keep the coal in the ground" as an inquiry into the Whitehaven mine begins.
Greenpeace has taken the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to court over the Vorlich oilfield permit granted to the oil company in 2018.