13,000 People From the Niger Delta Just Sued Shell for Years of Oil Spills
“As we speak, oil is spilling in my community every day, people are dying.”
A Biologist Fought to Remove Grizzlies From the Endangered Species List — Until Montana Republicans Changed His Mind
Former U.S. wildlife official Chris Serhveen lost faith in delisting when Montana’s GOP revealed its anti-bear “hysteria.”
The Crackdown on Cop City Protesters Is So Brutal Because of the Movement’s Success
One protester was killed by police, 20 were charged under a “domestic terror” law, and Georgia’s governor gave himself broad “emergency” powers.
The Coronavirus CrisisNIH Urged to Consider Banning Wuhan Institute of Virology From Future Grants
The Wuhan lab has continued to stonewall NIH and EcoHealth Alliance on scientific documentation, an inspector general report confirmed.
VoicesSubpoenaed Fossil Fuel Documents Reveal an Industry Stuck in the Past
The industry is still running the same five-step plan, to the same end: preserving power, subsidies, and social license.