Articles by Reporter, Environmental Justice and Investigations Adam Mahoney
Study: Every single country is failing the WHO’s new air quality standards
Just 3 percent of the world's cities had an average air quality reading that met WHO standards in 2021.
The census undercounted people of color. Here’s what that means for environmental justice.
Even minor census undercounts could have substantial knock-on effects and deprive needy communities of investment and representation.
Biden has picked his Supreme Court nominee. Here’s her environmental record.
Though Ketanji Brown Jackson has a mixed environmental record, green groups want the staunch liberal confirmed swiftly.
America’s largest inland port is running out of water
The proposed solution — a 31-mile-long pipeline draining Lake Michigan — is dividing residents of Joliet, Illinois.