Tiny house advocates say they’re reducing their ecological footprints, but the extremely rich beneficiaries of this concentration pose a greater threat to our environment.
A carbon fee and dividend could slow climate change and help Maryland families get by.
Janet Redman, who provided testimony at the DNC Platform Committee, and Wenonah Hauter, the executive director of Food & Water Watch, address the draft’s shortcomings on the carbon tax, TPP, fracking, and fossil fuel extraction
Trump’s choice of energy advisor signals environmental policies that will lead to climate catastrophe.
Join us for a lively conversation with movement leaders about how advocating for a tiny tax on Wall Street is taking a moral action on climate and inequality.
Under what conditions do governments of poorer countries become active defenders and protectors of the environment?
The Canadian Pembina Pipeline Corporation hopes to build a propane export facility in Portland that would export 37,000 barrels a day to Asia.
Uncle Sam is wrecking a great deal of South Korea’s top tourist destination.
Join Institute for Policy Studies’ Global Economy Project and other allies on El Salvador’s Independence Day for a demonstration to say “yes” to life, “no” to mining by protesting the free trade agreements like the TPP!
The Institute for Policy Studies joins the Center for International Environmental Law, and Oxfam to invite you to the D.C. community discussion on the amicus curiae brief in the Pac Rim Cayman LLC v. Republic of El Salvador case.
IPS’ Climate Policy Program partners with Parallel Film Collective the DC premiere screening that delves into the worst environmental disaster in American history.
But fracked gas releases greater greenhouse gas emissions than coal, studies suggest.
GAIA and the Institute for Policy Studies invite YOU to meet and celebrate grassroots groups, non-governmental organizations, and individuals whose ultimate vision is a just, toxic-free world without incineration.
Join us for a light meal and a community meeting with Sandra Ascencio, representing the Salvadoran National Roundtable on Metallic Mining (La Mesa).
Our nation can realize a future that is equitable and ecologically balanced, but to do so we must build a movement supported by a broad base of citizens committed to transformative change. We will work together towards these ends.