Communities across the US, in rural Appalachia, are impacted by the open burning of toxic chemicals as a waste disposal strategy.
It’s time for Congress to protect marine mammals from dangerous plastic pollution.
High-impact, individual climate actions can help create a tidal wave of change, says scientist Kimberly Nicholas.
Malawi’s national tree has all but disappeared. Can it be brought back?
Local organizers are concerned about structural and cultural barriers preventing migrant farmworker families in California's central coast from accessing emergency aid.
Pippin Frisbie-Calder’s awe-inspiring woodcuts of the Gulf South call into question our complicated relationship with nature.
Extraordinary new limits introduced to require municipal utilities to remove six PFAS compounds from drinking water.
Critics say the project is a ‘carbon bomb’ that runs counter to president’s climate goals.
We the people have the potential to be the new abolitionists, advocates, and freedom writers that this moment demands.
After almost 20 years of talks, United Nations member states agree on legal framework for parts of the ocean outside national boundaries.
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