Gramming for the Earth

It's time for more members of Gen-Z to come out from behind their screens and join the movement for a better future.

Divya Manikandan

Exxon Cleared in New York Climate Change Securities Fraud Case

Judge didn't absolve Exxon from contribution to climate crisis, but said state failed to prove intentional defrauding of investors.

Jordan Davidson

In Santiago, Protest Marches Call for Climate Justice

COP25 leaders removed from harsh reality of places facing the worst of the climate crisis, say activists at alternative climate conference.

Paula Dupraz-Dobias

Reducing Methane from Oil & Gas Operations

Methane emissions are rising — but there are solutions available.

Vrinda Manglik

Trump Deploys New Surge of NPS Rangers to Patrol Southern Border

Critics say the policy, which doesn't require congressional approval, puts public lands and park visitors at risk.

Samuel Gilbert The Guardian

A Whirlwind Tour of the Threats that Bedevil Earth

In Review: There is No Planet B
Mike Berners-Lee
Cambridge University Press, 2019, 288 pages

Richard Pallardy

Resources to Decolonize Thanksgiving

From the stories we tell to the foods we eat, let's make a conscious effort to move past harmful sterotypes.

Tiffani Patton

California Crab Won’t Be on Thanksgiving Menus this Year

Crabbers are postponing their season to avoid entangling humpback and blue whales in equipment, as the climate crisis poses new challenges to fishery.

Maanvi Singh The Guardian

Fast Fashion May be Cheap, but it Comes at a Cost

The garment industry is taking a steep toll on people and the planet in order to keep prices low.

Arrianna Towner

Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Hits Highest Level in at least 3 Million Years

Methane and nitrous oxide levels continue to rise as well, warns World Meteorological Organization.

Andy Rowell

Nail Salon Workers Suffer Similar Chemical Exposures to Refinery Workers

Workplace regulation and product labeling requirements have not kept pace with science.

Lupita D. Montoya and Aaron Lamplugh

China’s Appetite for Coal Power Grows

Country is backing more than half of all global coal power capacity under development.

Jillian Ambrose The Guardian

Okinawans Keep Up Fight against US Military Base in Biodiverse Oura Bay

Environmental advocates say the project puts rare corals, unique marine ecosystem, at risk.

Autumn Schoolman

Using an Old Law to Fight New Plastic Pollution

A recent court ruling in Texas reminds us that enforcement of the Clean Water Act is a crucial part of the plastics fight.

Sarah J. Morath

Bridging the Citizen Science Gap

With more participatory research projects based in developed countries, biodiversity data has major holes. Some researchers are trying to change that.

Stephanie Parker

Pushing Schools to Ditch Toxic Herbicides

A conversation with Herbicide-Free Campus founder and Brower Youth Award winner Mackenzie Feldman.

Jonathan Latham