The musician’s new documentary, ‘Punk Rock Vegan Movie,’ shines a light on a hidden history of the animal-rights movement.
Melnick at 10: Reflecting on Climate Progress, Frustrations at San Antonio’s Sustainability Office
In San Antonio climate emissions are trending down—though far from fast enough. Since CPS Energy’s pledge to transition away from coal power, however, the City’s chief sustainability officer sees glimmers of progress (and a new bike master plan) ahead.
Race for ‘Green’ Gas Profits Leaving Much in the Dark
Special report: Rival U.S. firms lob differing, and debatable, climate claims as they market so-called ‘green’ liquefied natural gas to a warming world. Jeffrey Ball | Canary Media By night, the industrial operation sprawling across the marshland of Louisiana’s southwest tip seems otherworldly. The 1.6-square-mile complex of tubes, tanks and machinery […]
Cheat Sheet: CPS Energy’s Jan 23 Vote to Close the Coal Plant
The recommendation is to convert the younger Spruce 2 unit in 2027 to run on gas instead of coal and to close the older Spruce 1 unit in 2028.
Seeking Solutions at the Climate Justice Alliance’s National Summit
Climate Justice Alliance members convened to begin hashing out the frontline response to emerging technologies—and rekindle the meaning of solidarity.
Texas Oyster Fishers Are Fighting for Survival
Declining harvests, heavier regulation, climate change, and oil and gas development all have taken the Texas oyster industry to the breaking point.
The Secret to Defeating Putin (*And Other Petrostate Autocrats)
We should be in agony today—people are dying because they want to live in a democracy, want to determine their own affairs. But that agony should, and can, produce real change.
The Environmental Scientist Out to Decolonize Conservation
Indigenous communities ‘are seen as research subjects rather than researchers.’