Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Pristine Boulder Creek flows from the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness toward the Lochsa River in the Clearwater National Forest of northern Idaho. (Photo: Don & Melinda Crawford/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
"This is a critical opportunity for Americans to come together to build a new, more inclusive model of conservation to save nature, and ultimately ourselves," said one advocate.
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
An activist from the environmental group Greenpeace participates in a protest against the use of transgenic corn on November 8, 2004, in Mexico City. (Photo: Juan Barreto/AFP via Getty Images)
"We call on Secretary Vilsack and Trade Representative Tai, as key leaders in...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
Volunteers from City harvest distribute food in Harlem on March 28, 2020 in New York City.
"Trump's biggest regulatory attack on SNAP is officially dead and buried."


About that move by Dumpster and his oil-rich goons to create a pretend-it's-not-there-and-hope-it'll-go away-even-though-we're-gonna-all-die reality: No. Their Orwellian ban on the term "climate change" - now “weather extremes," thanks - has met a flood of opposition, from scientists leaking a damning report to artists working underwater to a rogue Alt N ational Park Service upping their game. Because "climate change isn't like Voldemort - not saying its name won't keep it from happening."