“Lawmakers need to figure out better ways to balance the interests of industry with protecting people’s health.”
These are dark times, but hope is not lost nor foolish, and change has already begun.
The destruction of burial mounds in Detroit paralleled the displacement and genocide of Indigenous peoples throughout the United States.
Growing greens can be a powerful tool for change.
An Indian biologist went door-to-door, listening and helping people develop livelihoods, to ultimately save an endangered species.
Construction waste is a huge polluter. An international experiment is hoping to reduce that waste to nothing.
Legislation is pushing back against a waste-based economy by requiring companies to help customers fix their appliances and electronics.
Since California’s program launched in 2013, questions have swirled about whether cap and trade has helped or hurt people living in the shadow of the state’s largest emitters.
Churches and other places of worship helped strike down an industry-backed ballot amendment and delay a massive plastics project.
Environmental advocates in Houston and Detroit are striking a balance between acting fast and making lasting change.