Jason Schwartz edits the EnvironmentaList. He lives in New York City.
Greenpeace has nothing against night time, but we have to say: these days we’re kind of into the sun. That’s why in advance of this summer solstice, the ...On June 20, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
It’s National Pollinator Week, seven days the US government sets aside to honor the butterflies, birds, beetles, and bats that keep a lot of our plants (and food ...On June 18, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
Greenpeace’s own Captain Peter Willcox just won an Observer Ethical Award, which is known in the United Kingdom as a Green Oscar. The award is meant to honor ...On June 13, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
Let’s face it, governments and corporations are satisfied with the status quo. If the world is going to change for the better, we the people will have to ...On June 5, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
Justin D’Angona is serious Greenpeace. He is the senior city coordinator of Greenpeace USA’s LA Frontline office and was the coordinator of Greenpeace Semester. It seems he’s also ...On June 4, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
Crossposted from Grist President Obama and the EPA made history yesterday with their Clean Power Plan, a set of new regulations that will phase out many of America’s ...On June 3, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
The EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan has been big news today. Most coverage has focused on what it might mean for the climate, utilities, and renewables. However EPA ...On June 3, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
Monday June 2 11:00 AM EST UPDATE: The Norwegian Coast Guard informed the Captain of the Esperanza on Saturday morning that our ship and its crew is free. ...On May 27, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.