2018 wasn’t a great year for our planet, but looking forward we see hope in actions by companies, states and localities to address climate change in 2019.
Read about creative Nebraskan resistance in response to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline – installing clean energy solar and wind projects in its pathway.
Read about three ways that Scott Pruitt and the Trump administration are creating a dirtier, more dangerous Oklahoma for all its citizens.
Read an overview of The Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network’s symposium entitled, Women Speak: Climate Justice on the Road to Paris & Beyond.
Read a round-up of activity since the midterm election–from a U.S. and China climate deal to discussions in Congress on the Keystone XL pipeline.
Read about the politics surrounding the Keystone XL Pipeline, including a letter sent by Rep. Henry A. Waxman and Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse to Koch Industries
Hear from a mother about a march in Washington, DC where over 1000 students protested the Keystone XL pipeline.
Read commentary on 350.org founder, Bill McKibben’s strategy to block the Keystone XL pipeline, and how it’s importance is symbolic.
Read a Moms Clean Air Force interview with Canadian artist and author, Franke James.
Find out what climate change issues are on Moms Clean Air Force blogger Marcia Yerman’s radar this fall.
Find out how the Keystone XL Pipeline helps show how those without power and money clout are left holding the bag.
Learn about petcoke, a dirty byproduct from processing tar sands, based on a firsthand experience visiting the Marathon petroleum company in Detroit.