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The U.S.-Mexico border wall extends into the Pacific Ocean with Playa Tijuana, Mexico to the south and San Ysidro, California to the north. The existing wall was built during the Clinton Administration. (Photo: Lauren von Bernuth)
Screenshot of Sunrise Movement live stream of the final stop on the Road to a Green New Deal Tour featuring Bernie Sanders, AOC and many more.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators marched through central Paris (and other french towns) on Saturday calling on the French government and the international community to do more to tackle climate change.
Derelict building full of asbestos. (Photo: Will Fisher)
tomatoes in plastic bags
Plastic sandwich baggy floating in the water column. Fish that feed on various salps, jelly-fish, etc. mistake such trash for food and can ingest this with fatal consequences. Compare to images reef2130, reef0859, and reef0556.
Jason Kenney (Photo: michael_swan)
Aerial shot of the Valley of the Gods in Bears Ears National Monument. (Photo: US Bureau Land Management)
Chicago Sunrise Movement Rallies for a Green New Deal Chicago Illinois 2-27-19 6309
AFGE leaders and activists, other union members and environmental activists hold a rally in Washington, D.C. in support of EPA employees and the good work they do to protect our environment. ( March 2017, Stand Up For the EPA Rally - Washington, D.C.; photo by AFGE)
Malaysian officials begin the cleanup from a chemical waste dump spreading toxic fumes across Southern Malaysia. (Photo via YouTube)
Workers are seen in front of storage tanks for radioactive water at Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Okuma town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan February 18, 2019. Picture taken February 18, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato
More than 40 youth climate activists who support the Green New Deal resolution were arrested for staging a sit-in at the Washington, D.C. office of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky). on Monday. (Photo: Sunrise Movement)
North Polar Region (Apr. 19, 2004) - The crew of the Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Hampton (SSN 767) posted a sign reading "North Pole" made by the crew after surfacing in the polar ice cap region. Hampton and the Royal Navy Trafalgar class attack submarine HMS Tireless took part in ICEX 04, a joint operational exercise beneath the polar ice cap. Both the Tireless and Hampton crews met on the ice, including scientists traveling aboard both submarines to collect data and perform experiments. The Ice Exercise demonstrates the U.S. and British Submarine Force's ability to freely navigate in all international waters, including the Arctic. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Journalist Kevin Elliott. (RELEASED)
Woman walking in a blizzard.
Melinda Tillies lives in Youngsville, Louisiana. After purchasing her dream home in 2017, Energy Transfer Partners is uprooting her home with the construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline project, the last section of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A red oil drum in grass
Rebekah and Robert Mercer
coal barges crashed into the Ohio River
photo of green landscape with coal power plant
Coyote
Monarch butterfly
photo of a pile of e-waste or electronic waste
photo of trash floating in the ocean
photo of beach during Hurricane Dennis which struck Florida in 2005. Is climate change causing an increase in hurricanes?
Valve turners Annette Klapstein and Emily Johnston, and their support person Ben Joldersman, were acquitted of all charged on Tuesday. (Photo: Emily Johnston/Twitter)
Escazu Agreement
Screenshot of Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court
photo of the Department of Agriculture building in Washington DC
Image of darkened inside of a pipeline
Image of gold bars
image of a river flowing through green trees
Picture of Roundup Weedkiller bottle
picture of dry, cracked desert sand
scientists warn us mexico border wall would destroy habitats
Firefighters fight Greece Fires
Ben and Jerry's lawsuit
UK waste incineration
regenerative soil
pesticide chili peppers
teflon, PFAS