The Environmentalist

  • Our Top Photos of 2017

    December 19, 2017
    Lauren Reid

    Take a look at some of our most compelling imagery from a year filled with activism and protests seen all around the globe — a showcase of the many extraordinary moments that have shaped a year marked by resistance movements.

  • The Snowball Effect

    December 13, 2017
    Diana Best

    Why more and more banks and major investors are distancing themselves from tar sands.

  • 2017: Warning signs of the “Plastipocalypse”

    December 6, 2017
    John Hocevar

    Ok, so you already know plastic is a problem. As bad as you thought it was, though, researchers in 2017 kept showing us it was even worse. Here are some of the “highlights” from one year of plastic pollution studies.

  • Join Greenpeace at the 2018 Action Camp!

    December 1, 2017
    Melissa O'Neil

    Calling all activists and changemakers. Join Greenpeace for the 2018 Action Camp, a six-day, non-violent direct action training and skillshare.

  • The Wave Is Rolling!

    November 29, 2017
    Michelle Jonker-Argueta

    As the People vs. Arctic Oil Trial comes to an end, the battle against climate change continues in courtrooms around the world.

  • What I Learned Touring the Atlantic Coast Aboard the Arctic Sunrise

    November 28, 2017
    Kate Melges

    The Arctic Sunrise just finished a month-long tour down the eastern seaboard, addressing climate issues at every turn. The tour concluded in Puerto Rico, with a delegation of climate organizers and activists working in solidarity with rural communities, in an effort to help rebuild the island in a way that is equitable, sustainable and just.