Climate CrimesStuck 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.
“We Knew Who Was Going to Die”: Warnings About Lower-Income Heat Risk Went Unheeded
Many of the deaths in extreme heat events, like the record-breaking one in the Pacific Northwest, could be foreseen, a scientist told Congress.
Minnesota Police Expected Pipeline Budget Boost to Fund New Weapons
The same cops tasked with policing resistance to pipelines anticipate financial benefits from oil companies moving into their areas.
Indigenous Water Protectors Face Off With an Oil Company and Police Over a Minnesota Pipeline
Pipeline opponents say an oil company and police use surveillance and divide-and-conquer strategies — hallmarks of corporate counterinsurgency.
Whistleblowers Expose Corruption in EPA Chemical Safety Office
EPA managers removed information about the risks posed by dozens of chemicals, according to whistleblowers.