The planet is running out of resources, and humanity is living beyond its means.
Carbon emissions continue to rise, but this year the international community might finally be getting serious about climate change.
The Biden administration will be spending hundreds of billions of dollars on addressing the climate crisis. But what does that mean for communities around the United States?
The fossil fuel industry’s global links to political violence and repression couldn’t be clearer. Unfortunately, the U.S. is enabling it.
The recent election in Colombia has produced new hope for the country–and for the whole region.
When you give everyone a chunk of change, does it really change their lives and their communities?
In Patagonia, an Indigenous community’s fight against repressive mining interests mirrors struggles across the hemisphere.
The United States is increasingly worried about China’s near-monopoly on the mining and processing of these strategic minerals.
The world’s most existential crisis has all but fallen off Washington’s agenda. But campaigners are finding success in more immediate targets.
Global mining companies have used the pandemic to push unwanted projects on vulnerable communities, who are fighting back — and sometimes winning.