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“When people talk about climate and energy change with these trainings- we turn these things to something tangible to talk about it or implement something.” - CEE Senior Fellow, 'Poppy' Jones
Native Americans and supporters take to New York's City Hall in the first wave of a nationwide divestment campaign.
CEE Adviser, Author Terry Tempest Williams, on how the parks became the nation’s sanctuary.
On February 13, following a fatal explosion, environmental advocates, including Cherri Foytlin, urged Louisiana agencies to deny permits for the Bayou Bridge pipeline in front of the Department of Environmental Quality office in Baton Rouge.
Catherine Coleman Flowers lives in a planned suburban community in Montgomery, but her heart is in Lowndes County. She grew up...
CEE Director Karenna Gore supports local Florida initiative to protect their ancient forests and aquifers from the Sabal Trail Pipeline.
PRESS RELEASE: Union Theological Seminary: Faith Leaders From Across the Nation Join in Solidarity Against the Dakota Access PipelineUnion Theological Seminary ·
Forty-two faith leaders from across the nation, including pastors, professors, and leaders from more than 20 religious organizations, sent a...
A pipeline, people and the planet: What's at risk with the Algonquin expansion and Indian Point nuclear power plantBy Karenna Gore · The New York Daily News ·
CEE Director Karenna Gore calls on President Obama to intervene to halt construction on the AIM Project - a high-pressure fracked-gas pipeline just 25 miles north of New York City.
A new agreement between CEE, Columbia's Center for Research on Environmental Decisions, and Indigenous Peoples Biocultural Assessments Initiative recognizes the role of indigenous values and practices in guiding climate change adaptation.