Tipping Point covers environmental justice stories about and, where possible, written by people in the communities experiencing the stark reality of our changing planet.
First Nations Call For Massive Resource Projects to Be Shut Down During Pandemic
The coronavirus "actually reminded me of first contact when we didn't have disease and it was brought to us—like smallpox."
Coronavirus Has Caused a Drop in Emissions. Don't Celebrate Yet
Even though air pollution over China, the world’s largest emitter, has dropped substantially, anything that causes human death is counterproductive to climate justice.
The Most Critical Fight Against Trump's Border Wall You've Never Heard Of
The Esto'k Gna tribe is reviving ancestral villages along the length of the Rio Grande that stand squarely in the pathway of Trump's proposed border wall expansion.
The Climate Crisis Isn't Just Taking Pacific Islanders' Homes, It's Taking Our Identities
As Indigenous Pacific Islanders, climate adaptation plans cannot override our fight for sovereignty and self-determination.
We're About to Cross 9 Critical Climate Tipping Points, Scientists Say
These tipping points are now "active," scientists warn, and the rapid melting of polar ice and the loss of critical habitats could trigger an irreversible “global tipping point.”
This Is How the Climate Crisis Wipes an American Community Off the Map
Pecan Acres in Louisiana has flooded 17 times in the past 30 years. Residents of 'Flood City' are finally moving to higher ground.