The world has one last shot at reducing global inequality and saving the planet.
More than half of discretionary spending goes to the military. Only a tiny fraction addresses the most urgent threat to our security.
The most devastating war on the planet is the war waged against the planet.
What can you do when you’ve run out of options at the local and national levels?
How can activists in the north and south work together to ensure a global just transition?
What a 2005 bestseller tells us about climate change and human survival.
A rare earth elements project in Sweden is frozen because of non-compliance with environmental standards. But new European regulations on critical minerals could change that.
The United States leads the world in oil and natural gas production.
According to the Supreme Court, America’s not back but backwards.
European carbon emission reductions might sound impressive, but they come with a big asterisk.