by Samantha Page May 16, 2016
The movement was part of a worldwide effort. Across the globe, tens of thousands of people participated in all six inhabited continents.
by Ryan Koronowski May 5, 2016
The region, already grappling with the impacts of tar sands extraction, will face at least a billion dollars in damage.
by Joe Romm Mar 11, 2016
Warren Buffett has been building a vertically-integrated fossil fuel empire -- one that develops, delivers, processes, and burns the most climate-destroying fuels. Can Berkshire Hathaway thrive only if humanity doesn't?
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor & Mina Lee -- Guest Contributor Mar 9, 2016
That Trudeau is working with Obama to cut petroleum consumption on both sides of the border is nothing short of remarkable.
by Katie Valentine Jan 28, 2016
Oil and gas pipelines now have a new hurdle to clear before they're approved in Canada.
by Natasha Geiling Nov 23, 2015
Canada's largest oil-producing province just unveiled a new climate policy, which includes annual limits on carbon pollution and a carbon tax.
by Natasha Geiling Nov 6, 2015
Keystone XL has been officially rejected by the Obama administration. What does this mean for the tar sands industry?
by Katie Valentine Oct 29, 2015
All of those marches, rallies, arrests, and inflatable pipelines are working.
by Natasha Geiling Sep 30, 2015
Alberta's premier Rachel Notley told the Guardian that she sees the province ending its reliance on fossil fuels by the end of the century.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 26, 2015
A group of more than 100 protesters rallied in front of Secretary of State John Kerry's Georgetown home, urging him to stop the expansion of a cross-border pipeline.