Environmental reporter Mark Hertsgaard talks about what was discussed and what got accomplished at the recent Global Climate Summit in San Francisco.
Reverend Leo Woodberry, a nondenominational pastor from South Carolina who is thoroughly committed to fighting climate change, discusses the overlap between civil rights and environmental justice.
With a new strategic vision, Jonas Philanthropies is funding scalable solutions aimed at the most vulnerable and neglected, such as preventing children’s exposure to harmful environmental toxins…
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.
200,000 activists converged on Washington DC for the People’s Climate March, marking a climax and a beginning for the climate movement.
President Trump wants to cut environmental justice programs that ensure minority groups don’t bear a disproportionate burden from environmental threats.
Environmental heroes like Winona LaDuke, Bill McKibben and Josh Fox have inspired millions of people to take action on behalf of protecting the environment.
Everyday Americans shouldn’t feel helpless when it comes to influencing policy on environmental issues. Calling on your Representatives in Congress to let them know how you feel is the first step toward becoming part of the solution.
5,000 Native American activists have gathered at Oceti Sakowin camp in a peaceful protest near the proposed site of the DAPL pipeline project threatening the water of the Standing Rock Sioux of North Dakota.