Jerry Brown may not deny climate change the way Donald Trump does, but that by no means makes him a climate champion.
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A Sempra Energy VP tells an audience of energy execs and journalists that the technology is available now to power California entirely by renewable energy. He walks back his comments after they are reported in the media.
“If you’re driving a movement forward that will be long-term and sustainable, you can’t just talk to the people you agree with.”
At the launch of the Off Fossil Fuels campaign, Florida activist Brenda Probasco shared how she's made a difference in the fight for a statewide fracking ban.
Colorado Organizer Lisa Trope is surprised to connect with a local barista over news of a recent ban on fracking across the country in Maryland.
This is how we'll build on our successes as a movement and bring about a true clean energy future.
An organizer from New Jersey gets a first-hand look at what effective action for climate justice looks like.
A young activist fought fracking by selling cookies—and helped keep it out of Alameda County.
Momentum Grows for a Ban on Fracking in California’s Monterey County
The question of Nestlé taking Oregon’s water should have been settled by a ballot measure back in May. But as Senior Northwest Organizer Julia DeGraw learned at the Capitol, we still have work to do.
- Corporate Control of Water
Public lands and national parks are precious to us. Here’s why we need to protect them so urgently.
How activist Lani Miller has been building community to protect California’s water.
Food & Water Watch researcher Tim Schwab exposes the empty rhetoric and unexplained discrepancies in the Nobel laureate attack on GMO activists.
Food & Water Watch Organizer Ella Teevan learned some homegrown lessons about activism while helping clinch a landslide fracking win at the ballot.
Michiganders found a quick and powerful way to fight for GMO labeling—with selfies.
Food & Water Watch and 200 of our closest friends gathered recently on a sunny morning in Santa Fe, New Mexico to protest an auction to lease public lands for energy exploration and fracking.
Michigan native Darcey O’Callaghan explains who’s responsible for the state of Flint’s now-undrinkable drinking water.
- Corporate Control of Water
Community activist Susan Van Dolsen works in her community to stop the Algonquin Pipeline Expansion.
For Colorado photographer John Fielder, public lands are his muse – and they need our protection.
I’m standing with Food & Water Watch and the other organizations working to fight the “Dirty Fossil Fuel Plan.”
Eleanor Guerin, a former National Park Ranger, knows first-hand why Glacier is too precious to damage with fracking.
The misuse of antibiotics on factory farms impacts everyone. Learn how Nicole had to battle an antibiotic-resistant strain of MRSA – right after giving birth.
- Factory Farming & Food Safety
Staff member Jo Miles remembers her hometown’s old-fashioned candy store. The Halloween candy aisle doesn’t measure up – and offers less variety than you think.
- Corporate Control of Food