Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, middle, watered down a climate crisis resolution this week at the Pacific Islands Forum.
"Watered-down climate language has real consequences—like water-logged homes, schools, communities, and ancestral burial grounds."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Sherco power plant
"President Trump's attempt to gut our nation's Clean Power Plan is foolish. It'...
Julia Conley, staff writer
"What we are doing is using taxpayers' money to boost hurricanes, to spread...


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...