With a new Democratic majority and a narrow window for passing meaningful climate legislation, activists across Washington are stepping up the pressure.
Frustrated by a decline in wild salmon and threats to native livelihoods, First Nations people have been occupying British Columbia fish farms since August.
A coalition of frontline communities participated in a series of actions during the first week of the UN Climate Change Convention in Bonn, Germany.
While over 90 of the world’s largest banks gather in Brazil this week, protesters around the world are calling on them to uphold indigenous rights.
On the one year anniversary of “Oilfield Prayer Day,” indigenous people and residents demanded Oklahoma officials ban fracking and limit fossil fuel industry damage.
Indigenous people, landowners and youth are resisting a plan to replace a failing oil pipeline with one that’s even bigger and potentially more destructive.
Last week, nearly 20 actions in 10 states targeted Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Dakota Access pipeline and many other damaging fossil fuel projects.
In court and in the streets, Tacoma residents and indigenous people are fighting to stop a liquefied natural gas plant that threatens their communities.
While Argentina tries to position itself as the next big natural gas market, communities are organizing for local and provincial fracking bans.
A new tool called participatory budgeting is boosting confidence among citizens across the US in working with neighbors to solve problems together.