The people of Lāhainā are helping each other recover and design a future that is more sustainable for the land and its people.
Frontline communities from California to Puerto Rico lead the fight for energy democracy.
FireGeneration advocates for Indigenous-led, youth-powered approaches to the wildfire crisis
Yes, even when the fire is hundreds of miles away.
By elevating Traditional Ecological Knowledge, a forestry center in Minnesota works to restore ecosystems and Indigenous sovereignty.
Wildfires and the destruction they cause have become a societal problem. Addressing this issue comprehensively should include both short-term and long-term solutions.
Verbena Fields in Northern California is an emerging model of what decolonizing land via Traditional Ecological Knowledge can look like, supported by partnerships between Native and non-Native communities.
On the resilience of forests.
Getting the mail used to take 5 minutes. Now it's a 50-mile round trip that can take up to 4 hours due to the constant removal of hazardous trees.
The climate crisis and the pandemic are spurring local governments to take action—and finally begin to address chronic homelessness.
Environmental advocates in Houston and Detroit are striking a balance between acting fast and making lasting change.
In California’s most catastrophic wildfire season yet, an organization is challenging the state to hire firefighters who were previously incarcerated to help meet public safety needs.
In California, free bilingual group sessions help people who don’t have access to therapy.
As fire and disease move up the mountains, researchers race to find answers.
Survivors of California’s Camp Fire are working together to heal the land and each other after the deadly wildfire.
For wildfire survivors, helping and connecting with others is crucial to their ongoing recovery.
Volunteer archaeologists use dogs trained in forensics to help sort the ashes of cremated loved ones from the ashes and debris of burned homes.
I want us to go humbly to the very people our culture tried to exterminate to listen to what they can teach us.
From action-oriented toolkits to talk therapy and meditation, these responses facilitate recovery, hope, and activism.
A Northern California community offers mental health first aid to survivors of devastating fires.
The Karuk were once denied the right to practice an ancient tradition. Now scientific and resource management circles are seeing the merits of controlled burning.