In Seattle, on the same corner where black men were once arrested for dealing pot, a white man is now legally raking in seven-figure sales.
Melina Laboucan-Massimo is leading the fight against tar-sands development in Canada — and for the rights of indigenous women.
This African-American sorority turned an old gas station into a sleek eco-paradise.
Diego Angarita Horowitz is a rising star in the nonprofit world. Now he’s adding a business degree to his resume.
One company analyzed enviro-minded Google searches by state and called out the superstars. Nice work, Cali.
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.