This crisis is political as much as environmental. Solutions require justice.
By elevating Traditional Ecological Knowledge, a forestry center in Minnesota works to restore ecosystems and Indigenous sovereignty.
Dennis Hutson wants to recreate a Black farming paradise in California. First he has to adapt to the climate crisis.
The Supreme Court curbed the EPA’s ability to restrict emissions, so states are looking to enshrine rights to “healthful environments” in their constitutions.
Climate-resilient public transportation is crucial to meeting our climate goals and ensuring mobility for vulnerable communities.
The endorsement and buy-in of critical stakeholders, like fishers, can make or break a conservation project. So fishers were invited to the table as the project took shape.
Black and other farmers of color are seeing a restoration of land that was stolen or cheated from them as a key step to strengthening their economic power.
The UN declaration is more than moral posturing. Resolutions like this one have led to effective treaties and national laws.
Climate action, racial justice, and economic reform ultimately all have the same end goal. Our movements should unite behind it.
Near San Francisco, an ambitious wetlands restoration project is attempting to balance a return to the ecological past with the realities of a changing future.
Rewilding a farm to bring back threatened species.
Methane pollution is poorly tracked, so Diné activists are monitoring it themselves.
Terracing has been used for centuries to help prevent fire, moderate temperatures, and make farming possible even when water is scarce.
The modern food system has a huge carbon footprint. These Indian cafés want to change that.
Give the Gift of YES!
YES! gift subscriptions bring hope and inspiration all year long.ORDER NOW