Denise Fairchild, co-editor of the new book Energy Democracy, explores what an alternative, democratized energy future can look like

From a city strangled by fossil fuels, a call to fight for a more equitable future emerges. 

Marcus Neto

Three ways better building practices can reduce the risks of hurricanes like Harvey, Irma, and Maria.

A podcast interview with WE ACT For Environmental Justice co-founder Peggy Shepard on the past, present, and future of the environmental justice movement

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The environment is facing tough times in a Trump presidency. Within an hour of his inaguration, all mentions of...

In October, Jonah Engel Bromwich wrote an article for the New York Times entitled “Where should you live to escape...

Most people now accept that the world’s climate is changing rapidly as a result of human activities — mainly the direct emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases that trap heat radiating from the earth, causing the temperature of our small blue...

How to accumulate and leverage social capital to achieve healthy freshwater ecosystems, green infrastructure improvements, and triple-bottom-line benefits.

You wouldn’t know it from today’s polarized politics, but protecting the environment used to be a bipartisan effort.  There were, of course, the path-breaking conservation achievements of Theodore Roosevelt, a Republican. And, in the 1970s...

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Last year, the African-American author and commentator Charles D. Ellison asked, “Where’s the Black political conversation on climate change?”

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