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.
A new report finds that half of Canada’s oil and gas jobs could disappear by 2030 as the country presses on with a clean energy transition. But the federal and provincial governments are not doing enough to prepare workers for the change
The act of civil disobedience marks the first of five days of protests pressuring President Biden to take stronger action on the climate crisis.
Ironton residents blame environmental racism for Hurricane Ida's catastrophic damage to their historic Black community.
Tribes face devastating circumstances and little government assistance more than a week after the Category 4 hurricane pummeled their homes.
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.
The authors highlight the disproportionate impact of climate change on low-income countries, and urge richer nations to take the lead in cutting emissions.
Residences near where Formosa plans to build a sprawling petrochemical complex were severely impacted by winds from Ida, fueled by the Gulf’s unusually warm waters.
Gulf Coast communities — already contending with Covid-19, racism and lingering damage from last year's hurricanes — now face added pollution risks from the fossil fuel industry as Hurricane Ida nears amid build-out of gas export and plastic-manufacturing plants.
The criticism comes despite COP26 President Alok Sharma insisting that the summit would be an "inclusive" event, with “all voices” heard.