Documents show how 19 ‘Cop City’ activists got charged with terrorism
Georgia police are invoking a 2017 terrorism law against activists accused of little more than trespassing.Read More
Climate activists’ new, confrontational tactics aren’t popular. That’s kind of the point.
You’re not supposed to like it when protesters throw soup on a van Gogh.Read More
The surprising player in the rail strike fight: Fossil fuel companies
The collaboration between coal, oil, and railroads goes back decades.Read More
From New York to Texas, climate candidates are gaining momentum in local races
If successful, this new crop of activists-turned-politicians could affect climate action from state to local levels.Read More
The long legal saga of DAPL arsonist Ruby Montoya is coming to an end
More than five years after admitting to her crimes, Montoya was sentenced to six years in federal prison.Read More
What happened to the ‘war on coal’ in West Virginia?
The activism spotlight has left the Coal River Valley. But when the battlefield is your home, you don’t give up the fight.Read More
Where have all the climate activists gone?
With legislation stalled, a mass protest movement is struggling to find its place.Read More
Across the Midwest, an ‘unlikely alliance’ forms to stop carbon pipelines
Farmers, tribes, and environmentalists have rallied against the potential use of eminent domain to build the Midwest Carbon Express.Read More
Inside Just Stop Oil, the youth climate group blocking UK refineries
A band of 20-year-olds have made headlines disrupting football games, the Baftas, and now oil facilities across the UK. But what do they want?Read More
‘We are unstoppable’: Youth climate strikes return in full force
Students march for their future in 750 cities across the globeRead More