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A report from Amnesty International reveals labor exploitation in the palm oil industry.
Zoom out and it's easy to see how quickly we're changing the world.
Early drafts of the report highlighted water contamination, but the final version was more fracking-friendly.
The federal government doesn’t favor renewable projects over fossil fuels on public land. It should.
But will North Dakota officials fine the "human shields" traveling to Standing Rock this weekend?
The powers behind the project will benefit, but almost no one else will.
Trudeau just lost his charm.
"I encourage President-elect Trump to listen to these voices of reason and expertise, not to the Swamp Things."
Canada's fossil fuel-rich province is trying to get off coal.
The first step in the program is admitting there's a problem.
At least 100,000 acres to burn burned across Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, and the Carolinas since October.
By focusing on neighborhood needs, Sam Schwartz’s MOVE NY could succeed where other NYC traffic-reduction and transit-funding efforts have failed.
The tribe responds: "This state executive order is a menacing action meant to cause fear."
State politics matter, too. Now more than ever.
Don't listen to how Donald Trump feels about climate change today -- listen to what he's going to do for climate research.
Sophia Wilansky could undergo as many as 20 surgeries as doctors try to repair her injuries.
Bernie Sanders, Annie Leonard, and more on where we go from here.
Demonstrators were told last week to be out by the 5th of December.
Watch on-the-scene footage of water protectors.
"Apparently the sixth stage of grief is activism.”