Soul Fire Farm's work centralizes food sovereignty near Albany, New York. Co-Director and Farm Manager, Leah Penniman, details the links between food justice, racial...
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We Asked, You Answered: Humanist Personal Climate Stories
Last month an email went out asking American Humanist Association members to share how climate change has personally affected them. Many got back with impressive and...
BP Sets Precedent – Pledges to Reach “Net-Zero” by 2050
Earlier this year, BP, the oil corporation powerhouse, announced their ambition for "net-zero" by 2050 within their company. Despite this intention being notable, many...
Climate Strikes Go Virtual: Adapting to COVID-19, But Keeping The Fight Going Strong
Despite COVID-19 forcing people around the world to self-quarantine, climate activists aren’t letting this quell their efforts to advocate for exhaustive climate action.
Oregon Executive Action—In the Face of Inaction
Action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across all emissions sources
JPMorgan Chase Will No Longer Fund Drilling in the Arctic
Rainforest Action Network found that global banks put $1.9 trillion into fossil fuel companies and extraction attempts.
World’s Largest Asset Manager Announces Bold Climate Commitments
Climate activists are celebrating a big win as BlackRock announces a new climate-centered investment strategy.
Surviving Climate Change
One AHA affiliate is urging members of their community to consider concrete solutions to climate change.
Beyond Changing Light Bulbs: 22 Ways You Can Stop The Climate Crisis
We all make change in different ways, and we’re all needed to make all the changes we need.
Pay Up Climate Polluters
Holding energy companies responsible for their role in climate change-related damages