The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Anticipation builds for revised Trump travel order, feds investigate latest spike in Jewish center bomb threats, Milo Yiannopoulos book deal scrapped, and more.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

Foreign Greens Think the US Green Party Needs to Ditch Jill Stein

Green Party officials in Europe have achieved a lot more success than their American cousins—and they have some harsh words for the leader of the struggling US Green Party.
Mike Pearl

Justin Trudeau Is Bringing Stephen Harper’s Emissions Plan to the Paris Climate Talks

On Thursday, climate protesters are planning a "climate welcome" outside Canada's prime ministerial residence, 24 Sussex Drive, to remind Justin Trudeau of his commitment to the environment.
Ashley Renders and Hilary Beaumont

I Watched Climate Change Activists Shut Down a British Coal Mine

The land the mine is on is owned by a guy named Lord Ridley who thinks that global warming is totally chill.
Oscar Webb

I Spent 24 Hours with Greenpeace During Their Latest Illegal London Action

I joined the group as they wheeled a polar bear the size of a double-decker bus in front of Shell HQ.
Michael Segalov

In the Heart of Canada's Oil Country, a Mixture of Uncertainty and Relief

Fort McMurray has reached an almost mythical status among Canadians as the hub of the oil sands industry. The plummeting price of crude has forced this boom town to slow down.
Mack Lamoureux
tipping point

Over One Hundred Environmentalists Around the World Were Murdered in 2014, According to a New Report

For the fifth consecutive year, more environmentalists were killed in Honduras per capita than anywhere else in the world.
Darren Ankrom

French Police Clear Forest Protest Camp at Controversial Dam Project Site

The site, which has been occupied since 2013, was cleared within a matter of hours Friday, but some protesters have vowed to continue the fight for the biodiverse wetlands.
Melodie Bouchaud

Violence Flares Over Halliburton’s Fracking Tests In Algeria

Ongoing protests over the government’s plans to tap shale gas reserves in the Sahara turn violent.
Pierre Longeray
The VICE Guide to the 2016 Election

Can the Green Party Make a Comeback in 2016?

Likely presidential nominee Jill Stein has a quixotic plan to unite disenchanted liberals into the Tea Party of the Left.
Eric Holthaus

Is the Keystone Pipeline Irrelevant?

Sneaky moves by the oil industry have probably made the contentious pipeline superfluous.
Eric Holthaus

Native American Tribes Are Ready to Go to War over the Keystone Pipeline

Opponents of the Keystone XL have managed to stall construction of the pipeline again on Tuesday, but their fight isn't over yet.
Allie Conti