The Trump administration decision to take away protections at Bears Ears is troublesome for Native Americans with ancient connections to the land.
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Interview: ecobeco Founder Brian Toll Talks remodeling old houses for energy efficiency, comfort and health and building new homes to greener standards.
Georgetown’s Jessica Grannis works with cities and states on the legal aspects of adapting to the impacts of climate change…
A new study shows that the 29 coral reefs designated as World Heritage Sites will cease to exist by 2100 unless something is done about climate change.
Alexa Kleysteuber of the California Environmental Protection Agency discusses how and why her state is taking a global leadership role on the climate issue.
Not only is Port Arthur, Texas a low-income, African American community—the kind most susceptible to environmental injustice—but it lies at the western end of the notorious “cancer alley” in an under-regulated state.
Mustafa Ali, a founder of EPA’s environmental justice office, discusses moving forward on environmental justice even without the support of President Trump.
200,000 activists converged on Washington DC for the People’s Climate March, marking a climax and a beginning for the climate movement.
March for Science rallies around the world on April 22 drew attention to the importance of scientific research in keeping us on track to save the planet…
Kandi Mossett of the Indigenous Environmental Network talks about how and why native tribes are fighting the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipeline projects…