The Coronavirus has caused us to rethink many things across our society, including how and where we live and work. Our changing demographics and economy were affecting how we view cities and suburbs before the pandemic. These changes present growing...

Atlantic City. Photo by Tim Trad/Unsplash

Atlantic City offers a vivid example of a city affected by past racial and class segregation. But it can also show us how to heal cities that have high poverty rates and resilient communities of color.

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

Communities of color are leading the People’s Climate March all over the country. Why? Because climate change starts in frontline neighborhoods

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An interview with Miya Yoshitani, executive director of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN)

With cap-and-trade, as with all well-intentioned fixes, “the devil is in the details.”

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