Join your community on October 16, World Food Day! — People all over the world are coming together on October 16, 2016 to support the International Monsanto Tribunal in the Hague, Netherlands. But, the power of this tribunal will depend a lot on how much global attention we can draw to it.Read more
Up to 20,000 people from all over Britain marched through central London today, Saturday, to say Refugees Welcome.Read more
The White House is planning to use the Lame Duck session of Congress after the election this November to pass legislation to ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).Read more
Break Free From Fossil Fuels is a two-week global wave of escalated action to keep coal, oil + gas in the ground.
On May 21, 2016, activists around the world will, once again, unite to March Against Monsanto.Read more
France’s National Assembly just narrowly approved a bill that would ban neonicotinoid pesticides, which are largely criticized for possibly causing the decrease in bee populations.Read more
Empty stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame got a makeover last Friday. Instead of being adorned with celebrity names, the stars had the names of people killed by police officers. From Tamir Rice to Eric Garner, members of a group by the name of Indecline took matters into their own hands to remember those killed by law enforcement.
Montana communities won a victory against one of the world’s biggest coal companies earlier this month, when Arch Coal abandoned the Otter Creek mine – the largest proposed new coal strip mine in North America. The story of how the project imploded is one of people power triumphing over a company once thought to be nearly invincible.Read more