The Hunger Striker vs. The Dictator
The hunger strike of Egypt’s Alaa Abd El Fattah overshadows Sisi’s attempt to whitewash his regime’s human rights record at COP27.
Holding the COP27 Summit in Egypt’s Police State Creates a Moral Crisis for the Climate Movement
The ongoing hunger strike of Egyptian political prisoner Alaa Abd El Fattah forcefully reminds us that there can be no meaningful climate action without political freedom.
How Your 401(k) Is Helping Destroy the Amazon Rainforest
The growing financialization of Brazilian agribusiness is enabling foreign investment in the industry most responsible for deforestation.
Stuck in the Smoke as Billionaires Blast Off
Climate inaction was never really about denial. Rich countries just thought poorer countries would bear the brunt of the crisis.
Law Students Denounce Chevron’s Law Firm Over Steven Donziger Case
Gibson Dunn’s extreme tactics against environmental attorney Steven Donziger spark a backlash.