‘Disappointing’: The US’s first climate migration report falls flat

“We went from a bold call and vision to, well, nothing.”

Facing floods and fires, undocumented immigrants have nowhere to turn for help

Most emergency funds after climate-related disasters still exclude undocumented immigrants. Can we change that?

How economists helped Big Oil obstruct climate action for decades

Science historian Benjamin Franta on the role economists played in the fossil fuel industry's decades-long disinformation…

There’s a major gap in the new methane pledge: Agriculture

The Global Methane Pledge gives farmers and ranchers a ‘free pass,’ environmental groups say.

No, eradicating poverty is not gonna mess with climate goals

A new study finds we actually can lift people out of poverty without blowing our climate-conscious…

2020 was the deadliest year for environmental activists. Here’s why.

Pandemic lockdowns erased safety networks and left environmental defenders more vulnerable to attacks.

Ida left behind a water crisis in the Gulf

Hundreds of thousands of people remain without drinking water -- and there's no timeline for getting…

After decades of waiting, Indigenous peoples are finally getting a say in global conservation policy

These are their demands.

No matter the fire risk, California insurance companies can’t cancel your policy

State officials have banned companies from revoking renewals of policies in high fire risk areas.

Climate migrants are ‘invisible’ to many South American countries

It won’t stay that way for long.