by Brian Palmer on May 26 2011, 9:13AM
Entergy, the nation’s second largest nuclear power generator, is pitting black and brown people against New York’s green movement.
by Hatty Lee on April 24 2011, 12:12PM
There can be no sustainability without equity. Here are some ideas for creating both.
by Hatty Lee on April 20 2011, 6:15PM
Remembering the nation’s worst environmental disaster one year later.
by Yvonne Yen Liu on April 20 2011, 6:08PM
From rising unemployment to domestic violence and depression, communities of color are still being hit hardest one year after the disaster.
by Jamilah King on April 19 2011, 4:52PM
While the oil may appear to be gone, the nation’s worst environmental disaster is still being felt by residents.
by Julianne Hing on March 16 2011, 5:10PM
Energy Secretary Steven Chu told Congress that, if the administration loses a pending legal challenge, the idea Native Americans have fought may be back.
by Julianne Hing on March 15 2011, 11:53AM
Before Japan’s crisis, the push for more nuclear energy in the U.S. revived a fight Native Americans have been waging for years.
by Imara Jones on February 16 2011, 11:07AM
Urban farms grew out of crisis in black and brown neighborhoods. Now they’re an innovation all of America desperately needs.
by Jamilah King on December 7 2010, 2:19PM
Just how useful is urban redevelopment to low-income residents?
by Roberto Lovato on December 3 2010, 10:06AM
As world leaders gather for climate talks on one side of town, Roberto Lovato visits the other, where the turmoil of climate change threatens hearts and minds, too.
by Michelle Chen on September 14 2010, 11:35AM
The good news is that this injustice can be at least partially remedied through human action.
by Julianne Hing on September 2 2010, 4:36PM
A growing sect of the environmental movement is being co-opted by white nationalists.
by Michelle Chen on August 10 2010, 1:27PM
The latest research suggests an array of social and environmental factors may be causing girls bodies to develop prematurely, especially girls of color.
by Michelle Chen on August 3 2010, 8:39AM
More than half of BP’s sites for disposing of cleaned-up oil and waste are in places where the majority of residents are of color.
by Julianne Hing on June 10 2010, 7:29PM