We urge the House to vote to impeach Trump and we call on the Senate to try Trump for these crimes and convict him. Every member of Congress has a choice to make between protecting Trump and defending our democracy.
Friends of the Earth Action announced today its first round of endorsements for seven candidates seeking reelection around the country, reaffirming the organization’s support for incumbents who consistently fight to protect our environment and stand up against the corruption of the Trump Administration.
In a letter to campaign supporters sent on Saturday, U.S. Representative Peter DeFazio’s (D-Ore.) campaign declared that he does not support the Jordan Cove LNG terminal.
Activist groups held demonstrations against investment firm BlackRock in Washington D.C. and San Francisco today, as part of a growing movement against financial institutions that profit from fossil fuels and migrant detention.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is reportedly being advised on climate issues by David G. Victor, who has accepted at least $7.5 million from British Petroleum over the years and advocated for “clean coal” and corporate polluters.
As Joe Biden takes the stage in Atlanta for another Democratic debate, Friends of the Earth Action will call Biden out for his cozy relationship with big polluters.
It is time for Nancy Pelosi and other centrist Democrats like Joe Biden to embrace the grassroots momentum behind forward-thinking policies like a Green New Deal and Medicare for All.
Warren’s plan is strong because it is rooted in the understanding that institutionalized discrimination and racism has concentrated pollution on frontline, Indigenous and communities of color.
Trump has driven the country toward crisis with his petulant refusal to allow oversight and his use of foreign governments to attack his political opponents.
Two days after hundreds of thousands marched through New York demanding action to confront the climate crisis, youth activists disrupted a greenwashing event attended by several oil major CEOs.