Climate

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Anti-coal activists in the Phillippines unfurl a massive banner reading: 'Break Free From Fossil Fuels.' (Photo: Greenpeace)
An estimated 10,000 people converged in Batangas City, Philippines on Wednesday to demand that the government halt the poisoning of "our land, water, and air" and cancel plans to build as many as 27 coal-fired power plants across the island nation. Tweets about #piglasbatangas OR #piglasphilipinas OR #BreakFree2016 The march, which was planned as...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Global water shortages, exacerbated by human-caused climate change, are likely...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Hundreds of climate activists shut down the UK's largest open-cast coal mine on...

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Joining the furious voices of poisoned Flint residents seeking even "an ounce of accountability," Green For All marked Earth Day by launching a national campaign calling on polluters to pay for what they break via a modified carbon tax to be invested back into the communities they trash. The campaign will start in Flint, where, says one resident, "People out here are mad as hell."