A new report finds that minority and low-income residents are more likely to live in California's oil train "blast zone."
ICYMI: The Supreme Court ruled on another major discrimination case last week.
The city says it wants to get to "zero waste," but residents apparently have a hard time with change.
To hold back a rising tide, Seattle has embraced an approach that other cities have outlawed.
Portland, Ore., has set out to bridge the "green divide," bringing environmental justice to poor communities and communities of color.
Some of the most racially "diverse" cities in the country are also the most segregated.
If you're Latino and live in the Twin Cities, you burn more than a month of work time each year just getting to the office, when compared to your white counterparts.
The state supreme court ruled that Mississippi Power "exceeded its authority" when it raised electricity rates for 186,000 households to fund a controversial, $6.17 billion power plant.
21st century technology promises to turn a dirty fuel in to green energy. But at $6.1 billion and counting, the dream of "clean coal" is still out of reach.