Articles by Brett Marsh
Unplugged: Why utilities are more likely to disconnect Black, Latino, and Indigenous households
Extreme weather leaves millions of Americans with power bills they can't afford.
How Colorado River Basin tribes are managing water amid historic drought
As the federal government calls for cuts, Indigenous leaders work to protect tribal water rights.
Residents of California’s warehouse hub push pause on new development
Not surprisingly, the industry is pushing back.
Even a small rise in temperatures could decimate North American forests
A new study warns that boreal forests are fast approaching a tipping point.