In the High Himalayas, Sherpa Women Bear the Disproportionate Effects of Climate Change

Yet existing polices fail to recognize women as agents of change in responding to the climate crisis.

Kushal Pokharel

‘Assassinated in Cold Blood’: Activist Killed Protesting Georgia’s ‘Cop City’

Killing of Manuel Esteban Paez Terán is ‘unprecedented’ in history of environmental activism in US, experts say.

Timothy Pratt The Guardian

Wildlife Group Sues Rodenticide Manufacturer Over Sustainability Claims

“To mislead consumers by telling them their poisons are ‘sustainable’ is completely unacceptable.”

Zoe Loftus-Farren

More Than 90% of Rainforest Carbon Offsets by Biggest Provider Are Worthless, Analysis Shows

Investigation into Verra carbon standard finds most are ‘phantom credits’ and may worsen global heating.

Patrick Greenfield The Guardian

Holding Back a Flood

As California moves toward reintroducing beavers, landowners have turned to artificial beaver dams to protect their properties.

Cole Hersey

Global Outrage as Oil Executive Named Head of UN Climate Talks

'You wouldn’t invite arms dealers to lead peace talks. So why let oil executives lead climate talks?'

Andy Rowell

Activists Mount Hail Mary Defense Against Expanding Coal Mine in Germany

Burning the brown coal under Lützerath will push Germany beyond its carbon budget, analysts say.

Paul Krantz and Leonard Frick

Old News in a New Year

The inflation and deflation stories of our lifetime (and no, they're not the ones you think)

Tom Engelhardt

Keep Cumberland Wild

This remote barrier island in Georgia is a wilderness haven. That's why it needs to remain undeveloped.

Jessica Howell-Edwards

The Axis of Fluoride: Corporate Pollution in Argentina

Aluar, Latin America's largest aluminum factory, has allegedly been polluting the local environment for decades.

Daniel Wizenberg

Waiting to Honor Chaco

Environmentalists, Indigenous groups sue feds over improper oil-lease permitting in New Mexico for the third time in three years.

Randall Hyman

The Axis of Fluoride: Corporate Pollution in Mexico

Fluoride mining has devastated the landscape of Sierra de Álvarez, a protected area in northeastern Mexico.

Alejandro Saldívar

Divest, Sure. Fossil-Free Research? Not So Much.

Major universities take millions from fossil fuel companies despite divestment.

Vedika Mandapati

Shell Persists with Effort to Explore for Oil Off South Africa’s Wild Coast

Oil giant is appealing cancellation of permit to conduct seismic explorations in the ecologically rich waters.

Joe Walsh

What Does ‘Nature Positive’ Really Mean?

The buzz phrase aims to emulate the success of ‘net zero’ in climate campaigning. Yet some fear it is too vague and open to greenwashing.

Phoebe Weston Patrick Greenfield The Guardian

UK’s First New Coal Mine for 30 Years Gets the Go-Ahead

The $200 million project will produce an estimated 400,000 tons of greenhouse gas emissions a year.

Fiona Harvey The Guardian