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

Island Press author Peter Calthorpe speaking at the CNU Climate Summit on the ways urban planners and designers can understand the real consequences of climate change across...

In a world of bigger, hotter fires, it is time to think of forests as vital infrastructure, and to invest in preserving these resources for the future

Living a day in the life of a strawberry picker can open your eyes to those who toil, often invisibly, so we can eat

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This panel explores the dearth of diversity in urban design and planning—and its impact on communities. It also suggests ways to build a pipeline of talent that better reflects the diversity of cities. 

Switching to clean, safe, renewable energy is one of the most important things we can do for the climate, for the health of our communities now, and for the health of future generations.

A new report sorts through the various emerging resilience standards from public- and private-sector groups.

With the federal government in a state of climate denial, localities like South Florida can serve as a model for climate solutions

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.

Three places showing how to make the transition from domination and resource extraction to regeneration and interdependence

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