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.
President Signs Executive Order to Review National Monument Designations
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is expected to submit a final report within 120 days.
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.
ICYMI: North Dakota Court Closes 47 Cases Relating to DAPL Protests
However, no felony charges were dropped.
Montana Tribes Want Keystone XL Away From Their Drinking Water
The 1,179-mile long pipeline is set to cross west of their reservation.
UPDATE: Natural Gas Leak Near Alaskan Native Village Stopped
Authorities were able to stop the leak after nearly four days.
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.
The EPA Reversed a Rule That Would Protect People from Toxic Water
"This is appalling," said a representative of the Sierra Club.
READ: In New Jersey, A New Pipeline Battle Is Brewing
The Pilgrim Pipeline is slated to run through the Ramapough Lenape Nation's territory—though the tribe is preparing to fight it.
The Navajo Nation Is Experiencing a Water Crisis
In Indian Country, 26,000 homes lack access to safe water and/or sanitation services.
Company Behind Dakota Access Pipeline Wins Legal Right To Keep Spill Risks From the Public
This ruling came as a result of the pipeline being damaged last month.
Sacred Tribal Land of Recapture Canyon Is Now Open for Recreational Use
Vehicles had been prohibited near Recapture Canyon in Utah since 2007—but that has now changed.
Leaked Document Shows Where the Bureau of Land Management's Priorities Lie
A hint: fossil fuel development is a top concern.
READ: North Dakota Sheriff Expects Nebraska to Become the Next Standing Rock in Keystone XL Fight
The officer who oversaw the confrontations at Standing Rock intends to meet and talk with law enforcement in the state.
This 'Fixed' Pepsi Ad Shows How #NoDAPL Water Protectors Would Have Directed It
There's no celebrity with a soda can, but plenty of honest images of what can happen during a protest.
How One Small Tribe Beat Coal and Built a Solar Plant
The Moapa are proving they can survive without coal—a feat the White House says is nearly impossible.
Senators Ask Army Corps for Documentation on Dakota Access Pipeline Environmental Reviews
They worry that the now-completed project lacked proper governmental oversight.
Portland Votes to Divest from All Corporations
This includes the Dakota Access Pipleine and companies which profit from the prison industrial complex.
A French Bank Is Latest to Divest from Dakota Access Pipeline Project
Oil may be flowing through DAPL, but some investors are still taking steps against it.