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A new wave of climate insurgents defines itself as law-enforcers

One in six Americans say they would personally engage in nonviolent civil disobedience against corporate or government activities that make global warming worse.

Building people power before the Paris climate summit

As we approach yet another climate summit this November in Paris, the question for the climate protection movement is not just, can some kind of agreement be reached, but how can we reverse the continuing climate catastrophe over the next quarter-century?

Where should the investors divest?

The stunning success of the fossil fuel divestment movement has caught many of us off-guard.

Discovering a Legal Tool to Curb Climate Change

Corporations are created by state-issued charters. Where corporations are violating their duty to the public trust — governments have an obligation to stop them from doing so or to revoke their charters.

A Nonviolent Insurgency for Climate Protection?

Those who are fighting to save the climate need a new strategy. One such strategy to consider is a global nonviolent law-enforcing insurgency, where citizens take it upon themselves to defend the climate directly and preserve the public trust for generations to come.

Civil disobedience as law enforcement

Two years ago I was among more than a thousand people who committed civil disobedience at the White House to oppose the building of the Keystone XL pipeline.