The National Climate Assessment affirms that Indigenous peoples bear both the weight of climate change’s impacts and carry knowledge that may help lessen its burden.
Watercolor renditions of orchids, rhododendrons, and other Indigenous blooms help protect the region’s floral biodiversity in the face of climate change.
A coalition of churches has achieved some successes in resisting and mitigating against rent gouging and displacement after Hurricane Ian.
Wetlands and mangrove forests absorb water, waves, and salt to provide economic security for coastal communities.
New York is the first state to mandate renewable energy in a way that explicitly rejects the neoliberal obligation to put corporate profits first.
From The Current Issue
Long touted as an environmental panacea, mass tree planting can actually do more harm than good.
Dogged by flooding from Lake Michigan, South Side residents have finally drawn attention from city and state officials.
A Montana judge rules in favor of 16 young plaintiffs in the US’s first constitutional climate trial.
The Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin’s successful logging operation follows one rule: Let the healthy trees keep growing.
Yes, even when the fire is hundreds of miles away.
Devon Parfait, 25, knows climate change may wipe out his people's lands, but he’s not willing to lose their culture, too.
When record-setting rain fell in Brazil, responses varied between communities—and so did the number of lives lost.
The author and attorney believes we can overcome by leaning into relations—human and nonhuman alike.