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Greenpeace at 50: The Climate Crisis is a Fight Not an Argument

In this special feature for Earth Day, we focus on just one group: Greenpeace, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The environmental group has been in the headlines again, confronting Russian oil...

Red Road to the Future: Native Sovereignty is Key to Climate Justice

In the midst of a national reckoning with white supremacy and colonial history, Indigenous people are demanding a new relationship with DC — honoring the traditional, legal, and moral rights of native...

Climate Change Journalism: Moving Frontline Communities from the Sideline to the Center

Could a city reduce violent crime by planting more trees? How will the culture of work adapt to the climate crisis? What will increased flooding in the Global South do to U.S....

After Ida, Build Back Green, Not Gray

As Hurricane Ida approached the Gulf Coast this August, exactly sixteen years after Hurricane Katrina, all eyes were on New Orleans’ new levee...

Ecology: The Infrastructure of the Future?

In the midst of yet another year of climate catastrophe, the U.S. Senate is negotiating a $3.5 trillion infrastructure package.  President Biden, among others, is calling for extensive investment to lower emissions...

Uncut Interview: Winona LaDuke

This is the full interview with Winona LaDuke from the episode The Future of Energy is Indigenous (and it won’t involve pipelines!)Winona LaDuke...

The Future of Energy is Indigenous (and it won’t involve pipelines!)

As Canadian oil giant Enbridge defies orders to shut down their dangerous Line 5 pipeline in Michigan, indigenous environmental activists gain momentum in their fight to end reliance on fossil fuels. In...

In Indian Country, it’s not the Weather, it’s the Racism That’s Leaving Thousands in...

  Around 30,000 homes in Texas still have no power, and millions of Texans remain under a boil-water mandate days after a deadly winter storm...

Transportation is a Human Right

About The U.S. transportation system has long been rife with inequality, making it more difficult for low-income people, people of color, and people with disabilities to get where they...

Food Justice

About Food justice is the notion that everyone should have access to healthful food as well as the opportunity to grow, market and serve it. It’s also the idea...

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