Articles by Senior Staff Writer Anita Hofschneider
As Japan releases Fukushima wastewater into the ocean, Pacific Islanders are reminded of a never-ending nuclear legacy
Indigenous communities worry the decision will compound existing health disparities.
While the inferno spread shockingly fast, it didn’t come out of nowhere.
The raging fires have killed at least 55 people and caused what is expected to be billions of dollars in damages. Climate change could prompt more of the same.
The plaintiffs, most of them Indigenous youth, say the state’s highway projects promote greenhouse gas emissions and threaten their constitutional rights.