Communities of color are leading the People’s Climate March all over the country. Why? Because climate change starts in frontline neighborhoods
Now, more than ever, we need to maintain and improve policies that "unmask" our cities from air pollution and halt climate change
Honesty and transparency is the best way to preserve the integrity of science—and it’s future.
An interview with Miya Yoshitani, executive director of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN)
Low-income communities and communities of color are likely to be hit first and worst by environmental rollbacks under the Trump administration — but they will also be at the forefront of the fight for climate justice.
Cities and states can step up their efforts to tackle global warming—with or without federal leadership.
Two weeks ago, the Oakland City Council unanimously voted to ban the handling and storage of coal in the city, quashing a proposal to build what could have been the largest coal export facility in California.
Did you hear that Keystone XL—the long-planned pipeline from the Canadian tar sands to refineries on the Gulf Coast—got ...
Post by D. Conor Seyle. With Matthew Wilburn King, Seyle is co-author of “Understanding Governance,” a chapter in State of the World 2014. This chapter was included...