Justice

Why the People’s Climate March matters to people of color like me

We don't have to see this moment as a crisis. It's an opportunity to start building a diverse, national movement to defend our environment.

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Nearly 8,000 U.S. public schools are plagued by toxic air

Across the country, kids attend schools so close to busy roads that traffic exhaust poses a health risk.

The unsolved mystery of an ocean protector’s disappearance

185 environmental advocates died in 2015. One was an American named Keith Davis.

Jam the courts, blow the whistles, shut down the kitchen: Here are The Resistance’s latest strategies

People are calling out Trump and his administration in meaningful, productive ways all across the land.

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Racism was a big factor in the Flint water crisis, a new report explains.

The Commission finds black residents of Flint have been failed at every level not just in the present, but for decades.

The movement to divest from Dakota Access is growing, fast.

More and more institutions are moving to pull their money away from banks that are funding the pipeline.

The CEO behind the Dakota Access Pipeline wants to talk country music, not oil

Here's a closer look at Texas billionaire Kelcy Warren.

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ExxonMobil narrowly avoided catastrophe two years ago, and you never heard about it

Next time, the people in the “kill zone” may not be so lucky.

Protests erupted across the nation in an 11th-hour effort to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Emergency rallies were held Wednesday in at least 53 cities. Check out photos and video.