Articles by Diana Kruzman
Diana Kruzman is an award-winning journalist reporting on religion, the environment, and urbanism. She is Grist’s former Midwest Correspondent and her writing can be seen in Undark, the New York Times, Vice, the Christian Science Monitor, and Religion News Service.
A new study pinpoints the economic cost of emissions, paving the way for international legal action.
In Toledo, Ohio, monitoring and treating algae-contaminated water from Lake Erie costs $100 per family per year.
From Ohio's fracking fields to California's oil refineries, residents are tracking pollution missed by the EPA.
The company is accused of dumping thousands of tons of toxic paint sludge and other pollutants where Ramapough Lenape Nation members live.