A very special thanks goes out to all the organizations working along with Honor The Earth to keep the divestment movement going strong!
Still invisible and often an afterthought, indigenous peoples are uniting to protect the world's water, lands and history -- while trying to heal from genocide and ongoing inequality. Tribal attorney and Couchiching First Nation citizen Tara Houska chronicles the history of attempts by government and industry to eradicate the legitimacy of indigenous peoples' land and culture, including the months-long standoff at Standing Rock which rallied thousands around the world. "It's incredible what you can do when you stand together," Houska says. "Stand with us -- empathize, learn, grow, change the conversation."Read more
Tara Houska and Christiana Figueres in discussion with Jess Search at the Opening Plenary at the Skoll World Forum.Read more
The fight over the fate of Enbridge’s proposed Line 3 tar sands pipeline is growing.
Big banks all over the world are financing Endbridge, the company behind the proposed Line 3 tar sands pipeline.Read more
A handful of banks have published policies restricting their financing to some of the most carbon intensive, financially risky, and environmentally destructive fossil fuels. But as these grades show, banks have a long way to go to align their businesses with climate stability.