Sabrina Imbler

Sabrina Imbler is a Grist fellow.

Native Americans marched on Washington for their rights — civil, treaty, and human.

The Native Nations Rise march was the latest mobilization in the years-long battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Office of environmental injustice

One of the most important figures in environmental justice just quit Trump’s EPA.

In his letter of resignation, Mustafa Ali asked Pruitt to value the lives of poor and non-white people.

Oil could flow through the Dakota Access Pipeline as early as next week.

Meanwhile in Washington D.C., indigenous people from across the country and their allies are gathering for the Native Nations March.

A rind is a terrible thing to waste

Cutting food waste helps companies profit.

On average, businesses saved $14 for every $1 invested in reducing food loss.

on dangerous ground

A year later, we still don’t know who killed indigenous activist Berta Cáceres.

The mastermind behind the murder may remain at large.

Here’s how the Standing Rock Sioux will keep fighting Dakota Access — in court

The last, best chance to kill the oil pipeline is a series of legal challenges being pushed by tribes.

Standing Rock is burning.

As they evacuated camp, water protectors set fire to tents according to tribal tradition -- one last blaze of defiance against the pipeline.

We explain Keystone XL, the pipeline that just won’t die

Trump revived the controversial tar-sands pipeline. What happens next?

fowl play

The Great Backyard Bird Count is losing feathers due to climate change.

This treasured American pastime has opened a climatic can of worms.