Blood of the Devil

Blood of the Devil

A brief history of oil colonialism in Ecuador, and what happened in the decades leading up to a landmark lawsuit against Texaco in the 1990s.
Oil Industry Links in Donziger Contempt Trial

Oil Industry Links in Donziger Contempt Trial

A lawyer who has represented Indigenous peoples fighting Chevron for decades of pollution is now being prosecuted himself.
Racial Justice Is Climate Justice — and It Can’t Wait

Racial Justice Is Climate Justice — and It Can’t Wait

"Yes, individual people are often racist. But the bigger problem is the way racism is baked into our institutions."
/ activism, human rights, Opinion

“Two different realities”: Why America Needs Environmental Justice

People of color bear the brunt of pollution and climate change, systemic injustices that are contributing higher COVID-19 death rates in Black and Hispanic communities.
/ human rights, National
Dairy producer Fonterra is among New Zealand's largest carbon emitters. (Credit: Jason Oxenham/Getty)

Māori Activist’s Climate Case Will Go to Trial

The suit seeks to force four fossil fuel firms to zero out their net carbon emissions by 2030.
/ courts, human rights, International
Indigenous Women Accuse Credit Suisse of Rights Violations for Continuing to Bankroll Fossil Fuels

Indigenous Women Accuse Credit Suisse of Rights Violations for Continuing to Bankroll Fossil Fuels

The women have the complaint with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.