Covering the broad-based movement against the Keystone XL pipeline.
An environmental training camp in southern Utah has one simple goal: to stop the first commercial tar sands operation from starting in the United States.
For as much as the Keystone XL pipeline threatens indigenous communities, it has also connected them for a massive stand of resistance.
With polls showing public support for the Keystone XL pipeline — including 54 percent of Democrats — should climate activists start preparing for a loss? After all, it seems President Obama may have what one insider calls a “political environment that minimizes the cost to him politically of signing on to this.” Well, not so… More
The story of one small group’s participation in this month’s historic climate demonstrations is an example of how movements and campaigns can work together to build power for one another.
You have to exercise your core muscles. That’s what any physical trainer worth his or her salt will tell you. The same goes for your “moral core.” And Michael Brune, head of the Sierra Club, assures us our president has a strong one. What kind of morals Obama has, well that’s another matter, but he… More