How to Join the People's Climate March Without Heading to D.C.
Cities around the world are organizing sister marches.
Severe Flooding in the South Kills 2, Puts North Carolina County in State of Emergency
When a community floods, its people of color are often hit the hardest.
3 State Reps Announce Congressional Caucus Dedicated to Environmental and Climate Justice
The task force aims to provide marginalized groups with a voice.
Two Recent Climate Change Studies Paint A Grim Picture
The manmade global catastrophe is already influencing extreme weather—and that includes in the Arctic, where sea ice is melting rapidly.
LISTEN: Louisiana Tribes Losing Their Traditional Food in Face of Climate Change
Sinking land and rising sea waters are forcing people off their land and destroying the means to raise cattle.
REPORT: Utility Shut-Offs Disproportionately Impact Black Americans and the Poor
“The cost of extreme poverty should not be a death sentence.”
This Video Explains Why Climate Change Is About More Than Polar Bears
It's also about justice and how people of color are suffering the most.
March for Science Adds Two Women of Color as National Co-Chairs
Pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha and Latina biologist Lydia Villa-Komaroff join Bill Nye, the Science Guy, at the Earth Day event.
Energy Department Allegedly Bans Use of 'Climate Change' In Its Written Communication
Staff can also not text, type or jot down "Paris Agreement," according to sources who spoke with POLITICO.
REPORT: Climate Change Impacts Mental Health, With People Of Color Hit the Hardest
"A persistent reality in American culture is the existence of environmental injustice."
REPORT: '2016 Was the Warmest Year on Record' and More
The World Meteorological Organization's annual report had a clear—and sobering—message.
Trump Policies Hamper U.S. Ability to Meet Paris Climate Goals
A transition away from fossil fuels could boost the world economy by $19 trillion.
Meet "The Fixers" in Grist's Annual List of Environmental Leaders
In the second edition of the Grist 50, nearly half of its honorees are people of color.
Defense Secretary: 'Climate Change Can Be a Driver of Instability'
James Mattis says climate change poses a national security risk—in sharp contrast to the administration's general stance on the issue.
Climate Scientists to EPA Head: 'We Face Grave Risks' from Climate Change
Thirty experts responded to Scott Pruitt's assertion that carbon dioxide is not a primary contributor to climate change.
LISTEN: Lin-Manuel Miranda Has a Playlist All About Climate Change
There's a little Radiohead, Sean Paul and OutKast—and a lot of message-making.
Trump Named as Defendant in Landmark Federal Climate Suit
Aji Piper, 16, plaintiff: “I am hopeful that our case will reverse or prevent all damage our current president may inflict."
What Trump Voters Think of Climate Change
It's not what their president thinks.
SCOTUS Nominee Neil Gorsuch: Where He Stands on Civil Rights, Reproductive Justice, the Environment and More
Human Rights Campaign: “We cannot afford a justice who will roll back our rights, or who will be a rubber stamp for Donald Trump’s unconstitutional actions.”
Climate Activists Will Hit D.C. Streets in April
"This new administration is attacking the hard-won protections of our climate, health, and communities..."