Bill McKibben

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Activists across four continents held protests on Friday calling on banks to stop backing the Line 3 tar sands pipeline. (Photo: Stop the Money Pipeline)
"Those who financially back Enbridge are directly implicated in its crimes," says a Red Lake Anishinaabe citizen and organizer. "To put it bluntly, blood is on their hands."
Common Dreams staff
Former Maldivian president and presidential candidate Mohamed Nasheed speaks to the press in Male on November 10, 2013.
"Cowardly attacks like these have no place in our society," said Maldives...
Julia Conley, staff writer
The report confirms that "n atural gas is the precise opposite of a climate...

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You thought Keystone was bad? If approved, Keystone will emit about 24.3 million tons of greenhouse gases, or 1.2 billion over its 50-year life. If approved, two mega coalmines in Australia will emit triple that, or 3.7 billion tons. In honor of that appalling figure and an upcoming National Day of Divestment, action groups have released a great video announcing the coal industry's new Fuck You policy, a "philosophy where we are able straddle the dichotomy between what we know is true and how...