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Meet the people saving a 12,000 year-old forest from being turned into a coal mine
The Hambach Forest has existed since the ice age. Since 2012 activists have been occupying what's left of the forest, determined to save it and end coal mining in Germany.
A new generation picks up the struggle against coal in the Czech Republic
"With decision makers still jammed in the vicious cycle of coal and nuclear, building a strong climate movement that crosses borders seems more important than ever."
Amid setbacks by the Temer administration, thousands of indigenous peoples march into Brazil's capital
Representatives of the agribusiness sector have gained even greater capillarity since president Temer controversially took office in 2016.
Meet the People Blocking a New Gas Mega-pipeline in Southern Italy
Local citizens in southern Italy find ways to a proposed gas pipeline, despite the creation of a prohibited zone around the construction site.
Truths From the Front Lines of Climate Change in Europe’s Far North
"It should be about taking care of what we have left… It’s not only us Saami that pay the price. We will destroy our planet."
Protests in Italy Save Hundreds of Ancient Trees on the Chopping Block for Gas Pipeline Construction
The olive trees are not only essential to many people's livelihoods, but also beloved by local residents.
Thousands Worldwide Protest Coal Plant Near the Sundarbans Mangrove Forest
The Sundarbans is a World Heritage site due to its outstanding biodiversity.
A Totem Pole Unites Indigenous Resistance to Fossil Fuel Across North America
"We need to let them know they cannot in the name of profits do this to the people, the water, the land, and to the future generations."
Climate Change Is All Too Real in Kenya, Where Drought and Famine Affect Millions
"Kenya has been forced to redefine water as a scarce commodity rather than a basic need. What scares the most out of and me...is our inability to solve the situation."
Anti-Aviation Protests in France and the UK Mark a New Wave of Climate Disobedience
"When the political system is so fundamentally flawed that it is unresponsive to an issue of colossal international importance...then every citizen has a responsibility to act. "
A Voice From the Front Lines of El Niño in Kenya
"We can ensure decline in mortality rate due to famine, flooding or any climatic deserters by becoming responsible in our communities. Let’s join hands, let’s do this"
Climate Change Continued to Rear Its Ugly Head in 2015
People around the world were affected by extreme weather events in 2015, the hottest year on record ever.
Countries Declare States of Emergency in the Face of El Niño
“This El Niño and human-induced climate change may interact and modify each other in ways which we have never before experienced. El Niño is turning up the heat even further.”
What the Paris Climate Change Agreement Does and Doesn’t Do
Here’s a rough and unofficial overview of some different parts of the deal agreed to by 195 countries.
Meet Three Activists From North Africa Taking on Climate Change
In between the rising sea and encroaching desertification, North Africa finds itself in a precarious situation. Here is how three young activists are taking on climate change.
8 Ways Climate Change Is Already Affecting Africa
According to the Climate Change Vulnerability Index for 2015, seven of the ten countries most at risk from climate change are in Africa.
An Indigenous Reindeer Herder Takes on Oil Giants in Siberia
Sergey Kechimov faces two years in prison, accused of threatening to kill two oil workers. He is one of the last Khanty people living near the 'sacred' Imlor Lake.
How 1,500 People Temporarily Shut Down Europe’s Biggest Source of CO2
One participant came back from the action saying that for the first time in his life, he felt truly powerful.
Thousands Take to Rome's Streets to Echo Pope Francis’ Call for Climate Action
"...all of humanity needs to stand united in addressing the crisis of our times. Climate change is an issue for everyone with a moral conscience.”
The Marshall Island’s Momentum-Changing Proposal for Shipping Carbon Emissions
"We are an island nation and shipping is one of our lifelines. At the same time, carbon emissions...pose an existential threat to our people and our country."
‘Stop Destroying Our Communities For Coal We Cannot Use’
We were united in our message to end coal reliance and accelerate the transition to renewable energy that should have begun yesterday.