Mitch Anderson

Mitch Anderson is a frequent contributor the The Tyee, a Vancouver-based online newspaper, writing about the environment, climate change and resource economics. His work has also appeared in Foreign Policy, The Guardian, Utne Reader and Desmog Blog.

Power Struggle

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In the haze of the California wildfires, a Native American tribe’s independent electricity grid saved the day. Is a new model for energy in America rising from the ashes? 

Trees Are Healing Our Planet

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A recent study found that new forests might be our best shot at saving the world. A global guide to doing it right.

When Politics Fails, Call the Lawyers

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It was legal teams—not politicians—that ultimately held the tobacco industry to account. Their next target? Perpetrators of climate change.

Interactive: 30 Years of Suing the Bastards

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Early lawsuits like the Exxon Valdez settlement paved the way for the cases now holding climate changers to account. See our timeline of the eco-litigation evolution.

The Viking Guide to Oil Wealth Management

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While other countries let corporate interests plunder their oil, Norway strong-armed the CEOs into giving its citizens a windfall.