31 Jan '17, 9pm

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If you’re looking for a beacon of hope, read this article about young Dakota Access protesters. The New York Times Magazine just published a stirring story about the Native American teens who started the first Standing Rock resistance camp and catapulted the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline to the frontlines of the global climate fight. In early 2015, Jasilyn Charger helped to found a youth group in response to a wave of teen suicides on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota. After spending that fall organizing against the Keystone XL pipeline, the group set up the Sacred Stone camp near the planned Dakota Access route in North Dakota in April 2016. It became one of the main camps in the #NoDAPL resistance. The activists recognized that water — the need for clean, drinkable water — could unite young folks across the archipelago of reservations. Their ef...

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Samira Samimi knew she wanted to be a scientist the first time she saw a glacier. “This is what I want to do,” she remembe...

You are what hope looks like to a bird.

You are what hope looks like to a bird.

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A Whooping Crane offers an insect to its hatchling in Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada. Photo: Klaus Nigge/National Geog...

Malia Obama attends Dakota Access Pipeline protest

Malia Obama attends Dakota Access Pipeline protest

inhabitat.com 31 Jan '17, 3pm

said he didn’t think his daughters would pursue careers in politics , but did indicate they might be involved in social is...

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grist.org 03 Feb '17, 12am

The Environmental Protection Agency’s website has begun to transform under the Trump administration. A group of researcher...

California's Grid Geeks: A beacon of hope

greenbiz.com 30 Jan '17, 10am

This is the last segment of an exclusive six-part series that takes an in-depth look at California’s transition to over 50...

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Andromeda Na’lniitr’e’sdvm Lopez grew up on canned meat, canned juice, white flour, and evaporated milk. It was common far...

The Dakota Access Pipeline is creeping one step...

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The Dakota Access Pipeline is creeping one step closer to completion. The acting secretary of the Army has reportedly orde...

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The state’s Republican governor, Larry Hogan, had vetoed a bill that would require utilities to buy 25 percent of their el...

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Remember that time when Neil Gorsuch’s mother tried to dismantle the EPA? Anne Gorsuch — whose son has just been nominated...

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There’s finally a tool for navigating cities that puts people before cars. Have you ever found Google Maps leading you, a ...

Malia Obama has joined the movement against the...

grist.org 30 Jan '17, 7pm

Malia Obama has joined the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline. President Obama’s eldest daughter took a break fro...

5 Disturbing DAPL Developments You Need to Know:

5 Disturbing DAPL Developments You Need to Know:

care2.com 31 Jan '17, 10am

Written by Lorraine Chow and reposted with permission from EcoWatch The fight to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) wa...

Army Corps ordered to approve Dakota Access Pipeline

Army Corps ordered to approve Dakota Access Pip...

inhabitat.com 01 Feb '17, 2pm

You can make your voice heard as well. The Army is currently gathering information for the environmental impact statement ...

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grist.org 30 Jan '17, 10pm

Trump’s latest move could throw environmental rulemaking into chaos. On Monday, the president signed “a big one”: an execu...

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grist.org 30 Jan '17, 10pm

Trump’s latest move could throw environmental rulemaking into chaos. On Monday, the president signed “a big one”: an execu...