PLANET EARTH OUR HOME is our flagship group with over 12,000 members and over 781,000 photos and videos.
How Fracking Has Changed One Woman’s Life:
Tachia Sandoval moved to Las Animas County, Colorado to find peace and beauty for her and her many animals. Then the fracking started.
A Must See Video.
She came from Albuquerque to Las Animas County, Colorado in the 1990s, getting away from decades in the city to live on the land and get back to her country roots. She found a beautiful piece of land with a modest house that she made into the home of her dreams, a place for her and her many animals to roam, and some space to spend more time making the art and jewelry that give her life balance.
PLANET EARTH LANDSCAPES has over 7,000 members and over 268,000 photos and videos. has over 7,200 photos and videos.
BREAKING: Greenpeace and Mosquito Fleet activists are LIVE in Seattle Harbor blocking a Kinder Morgan barge from entering into the oil company’s facility to protest its threats to Indigenous rights, our water and our climate.
PLANET EARTH FLOWERS has over 2,000 members and over 82,000 photos.
Oreo maker linked to destruction of orangutan habitat for palm oil in Indonesia.
Palm oil suppliers to snack food giant Mondelez have destroyed almost 25,000 hectares of orangutan habitat in Indonesia in just two years, new mapping analysis by Greenpeace International has revealed.
Mondelez is one of the world’s largest buyers of palm oil, which it uses in many of its best-known products, including Cadbury chocolate bars, Oreo cookies and Ritz crackers.
Tell Oreo to stop buying palm oil from rainforest destroyers. Tell them to drop Wilmar.
PLANET EARTH REFLECTIONS has over 2,500 members and over 48,000 photos and videos.
Growing up, Brooke LaDouceur was disappointed by the lack of activist culture in her Southern California hometown. Now, she’s a volunteer organizer mobilizing her community for clean energy and climate justice. This is her story.
Thai Union, Chicken of the Sea Exposed for Human Rights Abuses
An Associated Press investigation has once again connected Thai Union Group, owner of Chicken of the Sea in the United States and multiple other brands worldwide, to forced and child labor, deplorable working conditions, and human trafficking.