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EPA Urged to 'Finish the Job' After Latest Move to Protect Bristol Bay From Pebble Mine

"Local residents, scientists, and the broader public all agree that this is quite simply a bad place for a mine, and it is past time for the EPA to take Pebble off the table permanently," said one activist in Alaska.

Jessica Corbett ·


In Viral Parody Ad, Chevron Admits It Is 'Actively Murdering You'

Produced by the director of "Don't Look Up," the ad assures viewers Chevron has "billions and billions of dollars to pay for this commercial time, this cheesy footage, and this bullshit music."

Julia Conley ·


California Praised for Probe Into Plastics Industry's 50-Year Misinformation Campaign

"Against the mountains of evidence these same companies misled the public for decades about the climate impacts of their products," one advocate said that "it is reasonable and appropriate to investigate whether and how they used a similar playbook for plastics."

Andrea Germanos ·


Official With Oil Ties Next in Line as Biden Climate Adviser Reportedly Plans to Quit

Deputy White House climate adviser Ali Zaidi, who is expected to replace Gina McCarthy if she steps down, previously did legal work for a number of fossil fuel companies.

Jake Johnson ·


'Just Stop Oil': Climate Activists Block 10 Terminals Across UK

"If we continue with fossil fuels, then we're... not gonna have a planet that we can live on," said one protestor who locked himself to an oil tanker.

Kenny Stancil ·


Locals Warn Biden's EU Export Plan Would Make Gulf Coast 'Sacrifice Zone' for Fracked Gas

"President Biden cannot call himself a climate president while ignoring the needs and reality of impacted communities."

Brett Wilkins ·


'Disastrous News': Widespread Bleaching of Great Barrier Reef Underway

"This is a sure sign that climate change caused by burning coal, oil, and gas is threatening the very existence of our reef," said one campaigner.

Andrea Germanos ·


11 Years After Fukushima, Campaigners Double Down on Push for 'Peaceful, Nuclear-Free World'

"The pain, struggles, and bravery of the people affected by the incident still continue," said Greenpeace E.U. "We should never forget them, nor allow another disaster like this to happen again."

Andrea Germanos ·


Redlining's Legacy Endures as 45 Million Americans Breathe Polluted Air: Study

"Racism from the 1930s, and racist actions by people who are no longer alive, are still influencing inequality in air pollution exposure today," the study's lead author noted.

Brett Wilkins ·


As Chile Rewrites Constitution, Will Rights of Nature Be Enshrined?

"The current legal system fails to represent the intrinsic value of nature, with laws and decision-makers typically only considering economic or human interests," said one advocate.

Kenny Stancil ·

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