Regenerative Agriculture and the Soil Carbon Solution 

The climate crisis is here, but regenerative agriculture can help fight it.

Our newest white paper explores regenerative agriculture’s capacity to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in a practical and cost-effective way—all while addressing our planetary water crisis, extreme poverty and food insecurity, protecting and enhancing the environment, and revitalizing food. Regenerative agriculture is a win-win-win climate solution that’s ready for widescale implementation now. What are we waiting for?

Jane Fonda: ‘If Greta Thunberg can do it, so can I’

In an exclusive extract from her new book, the actor recalls the beginnings of her climate crisis protests outside the White House

Lighting the way for new solar fuels science

With Planet and the Future on the Line, Sunrise Movement 

Doubles Down on 2020 After RBG’s Death

The Sitting President Has No Climate Plan. 

Why Isn’t That Headline News?

Trump seeks to fast-track dozens of fossil fuel projects during pandemic

List comes after Trump order in June directed agencies to use emergency authority to speed projects amid economic downturn

How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled

Trump lied about science: Trump’s COVID Lies “Cost Countless Lives”

Climate Action 100+ is an investor initiative launched in 2017 to ensure the world’s largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters take necessary action on climate change. More than 500 investors with over $47 trillion in assets collectively under management are engaging companies to:

  • Curb emissions
  • Improve governance and
  • Strengthen climate-related financial disclosures.

Bill McKibben: Vote as if the Climate and the Future of Humanity Depend on It—Because They Do

Fast Fact Friday: Rights of Nature

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How do we avert global warming, extinctions and pandemics? New app has answers

  • A new online platform shows where best to protect land in order to safeguard biodiversity and stem carbon emissions.
  • The Global Safety Net combines six primary data layers: existing protected areas, habitats where rare species live, areas of high biodiversity, landscapes inhabited by large mammals, large areas of intact wilderness and natural landscapes that can absorb and store the most carbon.

The People’s Agroecology Process Brings a Global Lens 

to U.S. Food Justice Work

Farmers from across the Americas are working together to envision a new food system based on food sovereignty and political justice.

Liability Roadmap 

  Polluters are fueling the climate crisis while raking in vast profits.  

  Polluters should be held liable—and pay for the damage they cause.  

  This roadmap shows decision-makers and movements how to use a variety of tools—at the local, national, and global levels—to hold them liable.

The Problem With Microplastics

A Dying Industry is Leaving A Deadly Legacy.

In the meantime, nonsensically, we carry on drilling. As pointed out

earlier in the week, despite this, and the climate emergency, California alone has approved 1,679 new drilling permits this year.

Only one in 10 utility firms prioritise renewable electricity – global study

Vast majority of world’s electricity companies remain heavily invested in fossil fuels.

Criticism without Critique: A Climate Camp Reader from January 2010


Space for Movement: Bolivian Climate Justice


Contours of Climate Justice Ideas for shaping new climate and energy politics

Are Carbon Markets for Farmers Worth the Hype?

Private markets promise farmers monetization of a secondary crop: carbon stored in the soil. But questions loom about data ownership, consolidation, and increased pollution in communities of color.

Melting Glacier Floods Arctic Coal Mine, Highlighting Climate Change Paradox

Don’t look away now: are viewers finally ready for the truth about nature?

For decades David Attenborough delighted millions with tales of life on Earth.

But now the broadcaster wants us to face up to the state of the planet.

Engineer’s Undergraduate Research Could Make Solar Energy More Efficient.
Pitt students have created a type of self-cleaning glass that allows more solar energy
to reach the power-generating portion of solar panels.

Why science takes so long: University of Toronto’s Ross Upshur on our evolving understanding of COVID-19

Understanding “Ghost Forests” and Abandoned Farms

‘An unacceptable plastic future’: Univ of Toronto ecologists sound alarm in new study of global waterways

Ocean acidification risks deep-sea reef collapse.

Deep-sea coral reefs face challenges as changes to ocean chemistry triggered

by climate change may cause their foundations to become brittle, a study suggests.

The underlying structures of the reefs – which are home to a multitude of aquatic life –

could fracture as a result of increasing ocean acidity caused by rising levels of carbon dioxide.

Wildfire on the Rise Since 1984 in Northern California’s Coastal Ranges

From Berryessa to Klamath Mountains, High-Severity Burns Quadrupled During Warm Drought.

Emissions Could Add 15 Inches to 2100 Sea Level Rise, NASA-Led Study Finds

Engineer’s Undergraduate Research Could Make Solar Energy More Efficient.

Pitt students have created a type of self-cleaning glass that allows more solar energy to reach the power-generating portion of solar panels.

Why science takes so long: University of Toronto’s Ross Upshur on our evolving understanding of COVID-19

Central Minnesota farm ‘renegade’ tackles new industry: Fashion

Minnesota ranch works to bring regenerative ag to leather products

From Carbon Sinks to Carbon Banks: Might Mycelium 

Assist Resolve Our Local Weather Disaster?

How 2 Teens Are Saving Their City’s Bees

This duo is rebuilding bee habitats with a 13-mile stretch of pollinator gardens through Newport News, Virginia.

Connecting Fishermen with Hungry Communities Can also Benefit Local Food Systems

While fresh seafood hasn’t traditionally been included in hunger relief programs, advocates say the lean protein is a smart choice that supports local economies.

How Does The Tesla Solar Roof Stack Up To A Traditional Solar System 

After 6 Months?

Western News – Research touts lower-cost, longer-life battery

Utility companies undermining global transition to net-zero emissions

Extinction Rebellion climate protesters 

blockade Rupert Murdoch’s printing presses.

Extinction Rebellion accused the newspapers of 

failing to accurately report on climate change.

Hurricane Laura and the California Fires Are Part of the Same Crisis

Human-caused climate change has made the world warmer than it used to be, and the consequences have started to show.

With global heating, expect more inferno seasons: 

Pacific Coast Climate Apocalypse

Talking about weather records feels pointless when every year is certain to be hotter than the last.

Those Orange Western Skies and the Science of Light

This is what happens when atmospheric chemistry combines with the physics of teeny-tiny things.

How climate change is fueling record-breaking California wildfires, heat and smog

Is BP Finally Committing to Ambitious Climate Action – or About to Fool Us Twice? Five Things to Look For in Its Climate Strategy

Revealed: BP and Shell back anti-climate lobby groups despite pledges

State of the World’s Plants and Fungi

Never before has the biosphere, the thin layer of life we call home, been under such intensive and urgent threat. Deforestation rates have soared as we have cleared land to feed ever-more people, global emissions are disrupting the climate system, new pathogens threaten our crops and our health, illegal trade has eradicated entire plant populations, and non-native species are outcompeting local floras. Biodiversity is being lost – locally, regionally and globally.

Water borrowing: 

An invisible, global coping strategy for household water issues

In much of the world, safe drinking water is unavailable in people’s homes. When water is not available from managed sources like this store in San Borja, Bolivia, people need to acquire water in other ways.

What the Flint Water Crisis Meant for My Family

Take it from me: You don’t want to go through what we did. Every community deserves water, life, and dignity.

Op-ed: How Patents Threaten Small Seed Companies

The use of wide-ranging utility patents by a few powerful multinational corporations could make it harder for small companies to breed future crops.

World Honey Bee Day–Another Reminder that 40% of Insect Species Now Threatened With Extinction

Researchers need our help to advocate for policies that will protect insect populations.


Is There Life Beyond Plastic?

Coca-Cola leading plastic polluter worldwide for second year in a row

Coca-Cola accounts for 3.3 million tons of plastic packaging annually, which roughly accounts for 200,000 bottles every minute.

Organic September: Could farming be a solution to the climate crisis?

Lizzie Rivera explores the connection between soil health and human health in celebration of all the farmers – organic and otherwise – who are reversing environmental damage, cultivating biodiversity and harvesting hope

For Small Farms Surviving the Pandemic, Co-ops Are a Lifeline

When their buyers closed up shop, some farmers created new opportunities by collaborating with their neighbors.

The Evidence is Clear: 

The US Public Wants Science-Based Policies for COVID-19

A concept city designed to withstand epidemics

Agricultural Science Professors Working to Bring the Farm Home

The findings are clear: Our relationship with nature is broken.

Biodiversity – the rich diversity of life on Earth – is being lost at an alarming rate. This loss effects our own health and well-being. Today, catastrophic impacts for people and the planet loom closer than ever.

‘A savagely broken food system’: Cory Booker wants radical reform … now

Exclusive: US senator says everybody loses – except the massive corporations that have taken over America’s food industry

We need a robust circular economy for water, our most useful resource


Our energy hunger is tethered to our economic past

This Is How We Pry The Corporate Stranglehold Off Of Our Farm System 

The corporations behind Big Ag are deeply invested in keeping our farm system as it is. It’s our responsibility to get farms and our food production back in the hands of the people.