- January 7, 2021With climate action finally on the table, journalists must redouble their commitment to the climate story.
- December 29, 2020
Federal land is scheduled to be handed over to private industry. The copper mine planned would be the largest in North America, sinking a section of the Tonto National Forest into a two-mile wide crater.
- December 16, 2020
Journalists and news executives in charge of newspapers, TV and radio programs, and social media platforms seen and heard by billions of people need to tackle the climate emergency.
- November 23, 2020
To deliver on his promises of “getting climate under control,” Biden will need to follow the prevailing science that suggests the United States achieve about a 45 percent reduction in its greenhouse gas pollution by 2030.
- November 18, 2020
The most dedicated peace activists you’ve never heard of are headed to federal prison amid a deadly pandemic.
- November 5, 2020
The day after a nail-biter of a historic election, the United States became the only country to back out of the Paris climate change agreement.
- October 29, 2020
President Trump has consistently garnered the lowest possible ratings from environmental and climate crisis groups. Preeminent organizations of scientists — both national and international — have decried his policies and his removal of the United States from environmental and health agreements. Career scientists and policy-makers in federal agencies have resigned over the administration's new policies. Employees of federal agencies are no longer permitted to use the phrase "climate change." The rule changes affect air and ...