For decades, Exxon has known its business practices were driving climate change and instead of sounding the alarm, it used ...

By Patti Lynn, Nnimmo Bassey, and Lidy Nacpil on Common Dreams. U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres has convened a climate summit ...

BOSTON–Today, candidate for U.S. president, Senator Bernie Sanders, released his climate plan. In it, Sanders calls for the fossil fuel industry ...

The harms of climate disruption are already terrible and will only get worse, and despite what appears to be some people’s magical thinking, no one will be unaffected. What’s more, the drivers of climate disruption are known, and it isn’t people who leave the lights on. What’s missing is a public and media dialog that features fossil fuel industries and their leaders accurately, as roadblocks to the climate justice solutions we desperately need. While federal inaction and even regression is distressing, some state attorneys general are pushing forward for accountability. We’ll talk about that movement with Sriram Madhusoodanan, deputy campaigns director with the group Corporate Accountability.

By Patti Lynn for Truthout. On January 7, 2019, after two years of struggle in the lower courts, Massachusetts Attorney ...

By Marianne Lavelle for InsideClimate News. The mayors of hundreds of U.S. cities called on Congress this week to pass ...