by Natasha Geiling Jan 14, 2016
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights will hold a hearing to look at the impact of coal ash on low-income and minority communities.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Nov 17, 2015
“The demographics are changing and so is the weather.”
by Natasha Geiling Nov 10, 2015
Los Angeles is one of the most densely populated cities in the country. It also sits atop the third largest oil field in the country. What could go wrong?
by Jess Colarossi Nov 3, 2015
A proposed natural gas pipeline that would run through the Southeast U.S. is raising environmental justice, health, and regulatory questions.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 7, 2015
Following in the footsteps of the Netherlands, Pakistan becomes the latest country to be held responsible for protecting its citizens against climate change.
by Katie Valentine Aug 27, 2015
"We know from Hurricane Katrina that it is the poor and people of color who get left behind."
by Natasha Geiling Jun 17, 2015
Pope Francis' encyclical on climate change is just the latest moment in a long history of environmentalism championed by the Catholic Church.
by Miranda Peterson -- Guest Contributor May 20, 2015
Presenters at the National Adaptation Forum emphasized a greater need for inclusive climate adaptation work.
by Katie Valentine Nov 7, 2014
Poor, minority populations are especially at risk, according to a new study.
by Ari Phillips Oct 9, 2014
An undeveloped area in the South Bronx is the site of a showdown between community activists pushing for green space and FreshDirect, a grocery delivery service.