With international climate talks failing to make progress fast enough, activists are radically rethinking how to be most effective in the streets, political arenas and courtrooms.
Protests against massive water reservoirs and new skiing infrastructure are some of the events in 2023 that have thrust climate adaptation politics into the limelight. Here’s why it matters.
We must shift the narrative from portraying women solely as “victims” of the climate crisis to actively involving them in addressing environmental issues.
In a momentous case, young EU citizens will seek to draw among a range of principles from human rights, such as that of effectiveness, to arm-twist governments into impactful climate action.
Clashes at a huge coal mine were the latest episode in a long struggle.
An unprecedented win for climate justice in Montana has the potential to send reverberations around the world, including here in Canada.
Media coverage of Extinction Rebellion’s mass protest was muted compared with that of Just Stop Oil’s snooker disruption.
The group has eschewed disruptive protest in the pursuit of ‘building relationships’.
Biden vowed ‘no more drilling on federal lands,’ but Russia’s war on Ukraine and pressures at home are hard to ignore.
On at Cape Town Pride, Melanie Chait’s documentary is about her life partner Nancy Diuguid.
Defendants are increasingly unable to explain their actions to a jury.
Such groups rarely last more than a few years.
When people work together, they can move governments to action. Just ask the suffragettes. Still, few people do it. A psychologist explains why, and how to turn that around.
Eight journalists covering a protest on the M25 motorway were recently detained by police.
Climate protesters are destabilizing the idea that public galleries are safe spaces for works of art, held in public trust.
A legal expert explains how climate activists could use the government’s own legislation to their advantage.
People want to shoot the messenger, but they do hear the message.
Extinction Rebellion targeted the department responsible for climate change policy.
What should climate scientists do in the face of ever rising emissions? They could continue providing more evidence, join climate activists – or stop work in protest against government inaction.
Disruption caused by activists blockading roads is virtually non-existent compared to climate change.