A study finds that the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a controversial trade agreement in negotiation, would only benefit those at the top. Continue reading
Since the very first Earth Day in 1970, Bill Moyers has covered the environment and the impact of industrial and other forms of pollution on the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat. Eye-opening documentaries and programs below share important truths about the state of the world and the parts we play in its preservation.
This has been a #FearlessSummer: three hot months of nonviolent resistance to the fossil fuel industry in all its incarnations, from coal plants in Appalachia to oil refineries in California and fracking wells in Pennsylvania. Born of a potent mix of hope and desperation, #FearlessSummer represents a larger shift in the climate movement’s tactics: away from big-name organizations and electoral politics and toward decentralized, high-stakes direct actions led by those most at risk. Continue reading
A devastating drought played a significant role in sparking Syria’s civil war. Is it a harbinger of future climate change-related conflicts? Continue reading
Aware that a changing climate and rising sea levels are bad for U.S. security interests, the Department of Defense is seeking to green the military. But some in Congress aren’t on board. Continue reading
After paying out for the cleanup for three years, the petroleum giant is tired of footing the bill. Continue reading