Poisoned City
A London-based mining company polluted an Indian port city for decades before a mass-shooting forced its smelter to shut down. Local activists like fatima babu are fighting to keep it closed.
Colin Daileda
A Matter of Spirits

A passionate group of farmers, distillers, and bartenders across the US and beyond are seeking to reduce the environmental footprint of alcoholic beverages.

Shanna Farrell

Activists Stand Guard Over California Redwoods Amid Logging Threat

So far, tree-sitters have foiled recent logging plans in Jackson Demonstration State Forest. But they are calling for long-term protections.

Austin Price

The Dixie Fire and Me

Can My Town Rebuild After Losing It All?

Jane Braxton Little

Here All Along

Women’s contributions to the seafood industry are often overlooked. Can small scale aquaculture change that?

Kate Olson Images by Greta Rybus

Thirsty for Justice

Susana De Anda is on a mission to bring clean and affordable water to every Californian.

Zoe Loftus-Farren

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Nature’s Nemesis

In war, people, animals, environment, everyone loses.

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Dim Those Lights: Bright Streetlights Decrease Insect Populations

They might be energy-efficient, but white LED lights are far worse for insects than the traditional sodium bulbs they are replacing, says new study.

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‘Our Future Might Not Look the Same’: Wildfires Threaten Way of Life in California’s Mountain Towns

Disasters have forced many families to question whether living in the region can continue as the climate crisis intensifies

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Mexican Fisherwomen’s Coop Stands Up for Gender Equality and the Environment

Local women are restoring an ecologically important lagoon that provides for their livelihood in Oaxaca's Zapotalito community.

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