A new advocacy campaign aims to ensure that every American can live within a 10-minute walk of a high-quality park or green space
From the CNU Climate Summit, a movement marrying a vision of livable communities to the necessities of a changing climate emerges.
Living a day in the life of a strawberry picker can open your eyes to those who toil, often invisibly, so we can eat
We must resist a new "normal" that pushes us backwards on the path to justice; we must embrace hard conversations and commit to transformation. More simply, we must all decide—and really believe—that together we can make a better world.
Communities of color are leading the People’s Climate March all over the country. Why? Because climate change starts in frontline neighborhoods
Three places showing how to make the transition from domination and resource extraction to regeneration and interdependence
Understanding the centuries-long abolitionist movement offers insight into the vision, the structural changes, the personal commitments, the political struggles, and the global movement required to stave off catastrophic climate change.
Its health and other societal costs are staggering. Phasing out coal-fired power plants would be good for the country.
What makes a strong community? If you’ve read Jane Jacobs, an image immediately comes to mind: side-by-side row houses, corner stores, parks you can see across.
Last year, the African-American author and commentator Charles D. Ellison asked, “Where’s the Black political conversation on climate change?”