Who’s Afraid of the Anthropocene?

July 02, 2017 | Reports of severe weather events and the dwindling of endangered species, in the shadow of world politics, have conjured a recent, now popular neologism – the (...)

Bee Vang


A Resistance Movement for the Planet - Full Interview

July 02, 2017 | Climate change is out of control. It is already too late to avoid soaring temperatures, scarce water, and extreme weather. But the financial structure of capitalism is tied to fossil fuels. (...)

John Bellamy Foster


Standing Rock: Battle Won, But War Continues

December 07, 2016 | The Standing Rock Sioux won a historic victory. Yet, the war continues. Where does the movement go from here?

Barry Sheppard


Victory at Standing Rock

December 05, 2016 | The Lakota Sioux people have won a momentous victory in North Dakota: the Army Corps of Engineers declared it would not grant a permit to drill through their (...)

Robert Belano


Winners and Losers of the Paris Agreement

December 16, 2015 | The Paris Agreement is the first of its kind in history; that much is true. But the real gains in terms of Climate Change prevention are negligible. Here’s (...)

Juan Cruz Ferre


Over a hundred arrested at climate change rally in Paris

November 29, 2015 | On Sunday November 29, French riot police fired tear gas at activists protesting on the eve of the COP21 climate summit in Paris. Some demonstrators were also severely beaten with batons. Over a (...)

United States

Obama’s Clean Power Plan Leaves Main Polluters Off the Hook

August 05, 2015 | Amidst cheers for Obama's supposedly bold climate protection plan, critiques from some environmentalist groups arise. The new show of commitment to reduce green house emissions covers up the (...)

Juan Cruz Ferre