Indigenous writer Robin Wall Kimmerer explains why a new massive green-energy powered industrial park in western New York State threatens communities and habitats.
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.
Despite its flaws, advocates hope the film will promote awareness and understanding of the complex MMIW issue
Watercolor renditions of orchids, rhododendrons, and other Indigenous blooms help protect the region’s floral biodiversity in the face of climate change.
When Hurricane Ian hit Florida in late September 2022, it took more than 100 lives, becoming the deadliest storm to hit the United States since Katrina in 2005. Hurricane Ian
A coalition of churches has achieved some successes in resisting and mitigating against rent gouging and displacement after Hurricane Ian.
Racial justice activist Jason Blake, whose nephew Jacob Blake was shot by Kenosha police, makes the case for marching to end fossil fuels at a major protest on Sept. 17 in New York City.
A surge of public interest in mushrooms is challenging mycology’s colonial legacy—and reclaiming its traditional relationships.
The takeover only lasted a few minutes. However, its impact was felt as far away as Europe.
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