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How holding Big Polluters liable can help shift the larger culture around accountability.

Real climate action begins with Biden committing to a 195% emissions reductions overall and 70% emissions reduction at home, without use of offsets.

It’s time to start repairing the harm caused by decades of U.S. inaction and obstruction on climate policy. Call the White House and demand urgent climate action today

Wednesday, March 31 is the International Energy Agency – COP26 Net Zero summit. The summit is billed to be a ...

Originally published for Gizmodo by Brian Kahn. The NFT space has a ballooning carbon problem. But rather than address emissions head-on, ...

Today, California Governor Gavin Newsom nominated State Assemblyman Rob Bonta to replace outgoing Attorney General Xavier Becerra. Bonta will be ...

Este ensayo se publicó, por primera vez, en su idioma original: inglés, en Fix, Grist’s.

Faucet with water

Every single person deserves safe, clean water at rates they can afford. Write to your member of Congress and urge them to support the WATER Act.

Comic slide from ESCR-Net Corporate Capture comic series

Why the United Nations Treaty on Business and Human Rights is a critical tool to stop corporate abuse and hold corporations accountable.

Women challenging corporate power: Berta Caceres stands at the COPINH (the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras) offices in La Esperanza, Intibucá, Honduras.

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are remembering Berta Cáceres, an Indigenous leader, a human rights defender, and an environmental activist who led a grassroots campaign to stop the construction of a hydroelectric dam in Honduras.

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