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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.

Learn more about how together, we've reined in corporate power in the latest issue of the Spotlight newsletter. 

This essay first appeared on Fix, Grist’s solutions lab. By Pablo Fajardo Menoza and Sriram Madhusoodanan Pablo Fajardo Mendoza is an ...

To truly stop global warming, we must make drastic emissions cuts and transition to people-led, renewable energy systems. Learn more in new report: Chasing Carbon Unicorns.

Originally published on Reuters by Megan Rowling. As wealthy governments fall behind on a 2020 promise of climate funding for ...

Originally published in Climate Home News by Isabelle Gerretsen Now the US is back in the Paris Agreement, it is ...

The petition is the latest call for Biden administration to walk the walk on climate by taking responsibility for historical ...

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Please see below for a statement from Sriram Madhusoodanan, our Associate Campaign Director. “The facts and evidence are clear—decades ago ...

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