Los Angeles considers bold step towards restricting oil development
Thanks to the hard work of LDF partners STAND LA and Liberty Hill Foundation, city council president Herb Wesson introduced a motion calling for a study of what it would take to shut down all oil and gas wells near homes, schools, hospitals and parks
Britain goes coal-free in a historic first
In a historic first since 1882, Britain runs for an entire day without any coal.
United Nations takes up Rights of Nature
In recognition of Earth Day, the U.N. General Assembly met on April 21st to discuss a new, fundamental shift in law and policy to better protect Earth - “Earth Jurisprudence,” or Earth-centered governance.
Mexico must act now to save the Vaquita porpoise
Proximity to the fishing villages has diminished the vaquita population from 60 individuals two years ago to an estimated 30 individuals as of today.
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