environment

Livable Planet

Let’s Stop Relying on the US Government to Lead the Fight on Climate Change

Following COP 23, an environmental conference on curbing emissions, it's clearer than ever that the threats posed by climate change cannot wait for the United States to get its act together.
Alexis Chemblette
12.6.17
Voices

Trump Holds the US Back While Other Countries and American Cities Take Action Against Climate Change

President Trump’s denialism caused cities to push for more ambitious climate action, but at this rate the Paris pledges won't keep us below temperatures necessary for survival.
Johanna Partin
11.27.17
Livable Planet

America Gave Up On Climate Change, So These Global Efforts Stepped Up

The UN honored big thinkers addressing climate change around the world.
Alexis Chemblette
11.24.17
Voices

African Countries Want to Slow the Effects of Climate Change by Beefing Up Their Farm Industries

Some are building resilient agricultural systems to slow the effects of climate change, create jobs and kickstart economies.
Alexis Chemblette
11.14.17
Livable Planet

At COP 23, America's Answer to Climate Change is Using More Fossil Fuels

Diplomats from nearly 200 countries are in Germany for the most significant international talks on climate change since President Trump took office and pulled the U.S. out of the Paris agreement.
Alexis Chemblette
11.8.17
Livable Planet

The COP23 Climate Change Summit Is Suddenly Important Because of Trump's Paris Agreement Withdrawal

President Trump threw the landmark Paris agreement into disarray, but other countries are taking the responsibility for trying to halt climate change.
Alexis Chemblette
11.6.17
The Rundown

The 'No More Parks' Bill Puts These Iconic American Landmarks in Danger

Your guide to protecting America’s natural monuments, what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
10.20.17
Rise Up

One Ordinary Guy Is On A Mission To Protect US Monuments From Trump

Brent Rose journeyed across the country to preserve natural monuments before they become a footnote in history.
Meg Charlton
7.11.17
Comment

The UN Will Give You $15,000 To Help Address Climate Change

"More than ever, we need these young change-makers."
Erik Solheim
5.25.17
Voices

New York City's L Train Shutdown Could Be A Good Thing

BK City Council Member Rafael Espinal and local groups are driving a grassroots effort towards finding an environmental solution to a transportation quandary.
Aaron Barksdale
5.19.17
VICE

The Arctic Is Melting and Little Is Being Done to Stop It

For the 60,000 Inuit people living there, the climate apocalypse is all too real.
VICE Staff
4.28.17
Call To Action

March for Climate, Jobs, and Justice

Time is running out. Stand up to climate change deniers now.
Impact Staff
4.26.17
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