The horse race is likely to be disrupted by activists from the Extinction Rebellion offshoot.
Biden vowed ‘no more drilling on federal lands,’ but Russia’s war on Ukraine and pressures at home are hard to ignore.
Activists aren’t necessarily more aggressive than in the past, but they are using creative and sometime shocking new tactics that quickly go viral.
Linguistic analysis shows that activists and politicians have very different messages when it comes to the environment.
Despite not being at COP27, there are other ways for King Charles to showcase his commitment to the environment.
It might be provocative but this sort of direct action is important.
Just Stop Oil and Extinction Rebellion have vowed to strike at the fossil fuel industry.
Resurgence of SUV sabotage highlights the failure of climate policy and an evolving protest strategy.
How Extinction Rebellion and Fridays For Future upended the rules of environmental activism.
How and where people spend their money and use energy can influence corporate behavior.
Instead of making symbolic gestures, Indians need to pressure the government to establish effective environmental policies and programs.
Climate activists don’t have to be popular to achieve their goals.
Insulate Britain, a new environmental campaign group, is right to highlight the need for action on home insulation.
Environmental groups have protested logging of British Columbia’s old-growth rainforest for three decades. But the Fairy Creek dispute could grow into another ‘War in the Woods.’
A criminologist spoke to anti-gas pipeline activists.
Honduras is the most dangerous country in the world for environmental activists. Those who have opposed mining, hydroelectric, logging and tourism have faced violence and death.
From oil disasters in Mauritius to street artists in South Africa, the story of rubbish in the media helps shape popular culture and environmental change.
Extinction Rebellion’s ‘apolitical’ stance deprives it of allies, and leaves the movement vulnerable to co-option.
Thousands of Americans took part in the first Earth Day 50 years ago. What has changed since then?
The problems of climate change are not only problems of science and technology. They are also moral, ethical and spiritual problems about how we live our lives.