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Young people especially, disillusioned by the failure of established institutions to act on climate change, are taking to the streets in growing numbers. They are the reluctant inheritors of potential catastrophes they want to avert.

His clearance of the legal strategy breaks new ground, and may have swayed the prosecutor to drop criminal charges.
Even before a prosecutor in Massachusetts dropped criminal and conspiracy charges against climate...
09/11/2014 | Read More
The People's Climate March is more than just a call to action. It represents the biggest expansion of the climate movement so far.
Activists are trying to seize an opportunity to put the climate movement alongside the Civil Rights...
09/08/2014 | Read More
Don't know what's happening or where to go during this year's Climate Week NYC? Let ICN guide you with this infographic.
On Sunday, Sept. 21, demonstrators from more than 1,000 organizations representing millions of...
09/08/2014 | Read More
Longmont 'continues to imply that decades of established law on regulating oil and gas operations somehow doesn't apply to them,' says industry official.
Leaders of a Boulder, Colo. suburb on the front lines of the fight against gas drilling recently...
08/29/2014 | Read More
"What is effective is talking to voters," says a founder of Climate Hawks Vote in an interview. "Luckily, that kind of work doesn't take a lot of money."
Earlier this month, Hawaii Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz won his party's primary race by just 1,769...
08/20/2014 | Read More
The Koch brothers built their first fortune on the particularly dirty form of oil mined in Alberta's tar sands, and they remain deeply invested there.
The libertarian conservative Koch brothers and the progressive liberal Tom Steyer are in a...
07/15/2014 | Read More
'I will continue to fight. From the beginning I knew my life would be at risk.'
NEW DELHI, India—With great difficulty Ramesh Agrawal limped to the podium in San Francisco last...
05/22/2014 | Read More
The 10 organizations leading the environmental movement collectively have 15 million members and an annual budget of more than $525 million.
The 120-year-old U.S. environmental movement has undergone a tectonic shift and resurgence over the...
04/07/2014 | Read More
First-in-the-nation ruling requires New York's biggest utility to integrate climate science into all of its planning, construction and budget decisions.
New York regulators are requiring the state's biggest electric utility to armor the grid against...
03/12/2014 | Read More
Environmental organizations that oppose tar sands expansion have become the subject of rigorous audits that could force some to shut their doors.
Story updated on Feb. 14 at 2:00 p.m. EDT to include comment from the Canada Revenue Agency. In...
02/14/2014 | Read More

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