STUDY: What Did People Google Throughout the Flint Water Crisis?
Searches suggest Flint residents knew something was wrong with their water before government officials or local media did.
How to Join the People's Climate March Without Heading to D.C.
Cities around the world are organizing sister marches.
Severe Flooding in the South Kills 2, Puts North Carolina County in State of Emergency
When a community floods, its people of color are often hit the hardest.
3 State Reps Announce Congressional Caucus Dedicated to Environmental and Climate Justice
The task force aims to provide marginalized groups with a voice.
Study Shows a Third of Childhood Lead Poisoning Goes Undiagnosed
The report was released the same week as the three-year anniversary of the Flint water crisis.
President Signs Executive Order to Review National Monument Designations
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is expected to submit a final report within 120 days.
Two Recent Climate Change Studies Paint A Grim Picture
The manmade global catastrophe is already influencing extreme weather—and that includes in the Arctic, where sea ice is melting rapidly.
Your Henrietta Lacks Reading List
Join the conversation surrounding the premiere of "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" with these articles and books that illuminate the history and legacy of the uncompensated foremother of modern health research.
Where Are Communities of Color Turning to Solar?
Look from the west to the east.
What One Congressman Thinks of Environmental Justice
“The positions and policies of the Trump administration are a direct threat to the health of African-American communities,” writes Rep. Donald Payne Jr. (D-NJ).
ICYMI: North Dakota Court Closes 47 Cases Relating to DAPL Protests
However, no felony charges were dropped.
Montana Tribes Want Keystone XL Away From Their Drinking Water
The 1,179-mile long pipeline is set to cross west of their reservation.
Energy Interests Contributed $7 Million+ to Trump's Inauguration
Since taking office, the president has repealed many regulations impacting the fossil fuel industry.
What Do the Most Polluted U.S. Cities Look Like?
Hint: They're all in California, with large Latinx populations.
READ: A Look Into What, Or Who, Might Have Been Behind the Flint Water Crisis
Why did the city take the step to change its water source to the one that caused lead contamination?
Flint Mayor Wants City to Stay With Current Water Supplier
The final decision will be made after a public town hall.
UPDATE: Natural Gas Leak Near Alaskan Native Village Stopped
Authorities were able to stop the leak after nearly four days.
LISTEN: Louisiana Tribes Losing Their Traditional Food in Face of Climate Change
Sinking land and rising sea waters are forcing people off their land and destroying the means to raise cattle.
STUDY: Countries Need to Transition to Renewables Sooner to Meet Paris Climate Goal
If nations stay on their current course, global temperatures will rise more than a degree higher than the agreement's goal.
The EPA Reversed a Rule That Would Protect People from Toxic Water
"This is appalling," said a representative of the Sierra Club.