Our ‘Dirty Neighbor’: A Small Town at War with the Netherlands’ Largest Steel Factory

The residents of Wijk aan Zee face the impossible choice of fighting for their town’s future or leaving.

Olivia Wynkoop

Air Pollution Linked to Almost a Million Stillbirths a Year

First global analysis follows discovery of toxic pollution particles in lungs and brains of fetuses.

Damian Carrington The Guardian

COP27 Was Billed as the First ‘Food COP.’ Did it Deliver?

Big Ag’s influence was evident in a final text that crowded out small-scale farmers’ demands.

Amrita Gupta

Make Ecocide an International Crime and Other Legal Ideas to Help Save the Planet

A list of the five most promising legal steps we can take to help fight climate change.

Steven Donziger The Guardian

Jamaica’s ‘Cockpit Country’ Faces Growing Threats from Mining Interests

The island nation’s government has begun granting mining leases in its rare limestone karst rainforest.

Gladstone Taylor

The Good and the Bad of California’s New Climate Plan

Over-reliance on technofixes exacerbates pollution in frontline communities and undermines California’s climate leadership, say critics.

Maureen Nandini Mitra KPFA - Terra Verde

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Saving the Dragon’s Blood

Facing a range of threats, from droughts and storms to goats and war, these iconic trees are staging a patient comeback.

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In Illinois, a Model for a Just Transition From Coal to Solar

The passage of a new law has made the state a powerful new player in the renewable energy industry.

Jennifer Clare Ball

Pushing Schools to be Carbon-Neutral

Annika Webber, one of this year's Brower Youth Award winners, believes in combining youth passion with adult experience.

Fiona McLeod KPFA - Terra Verde

Could Barbados Blueprint be a Marshall Plan for the Climate Crisis?

Mia Mottley, the prime minister of Barbados, is devising a debt relief and loan blueprint targeting the International Monetary Fund.

Ashish Ghadiali The Guardian

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