The little-known open-source community behind the government’s new environmental justice tool
Inside the White House’s unpublicized experiment in open governance.
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.
The Biden administration is updating truck pollution standards
"We really should have been doing this yesterday"
Democrats’ climate hopes are riding on a new environmental justice bill
Here's what Republicans had to say about it.
Study: People of color breathe more polluted air, regardless of income
U.S. air quality has gotten better, but disparities remain
Deb Haaland is taking on racist names on federal lands
“It is well-past time for us, as a nation, to move forward, beyond these derogatory terms.”
In a first, the Justice Department will investigate whether Alabama’s sewage crisis violates civil rights
The investigation into Alabama's wastewater crisis marks a first-of-its-kind environmental justice probe.
The event that changed the environmental justice movement forever
Thirty years later, organizers reflect on the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit.
Study: Indigenous tribes lost 99% of land to colonization
Settlers pushed tribes into land more at risk from climate change
EPA finally has an action plan to improve water infrastructure and sanitation for US tribes
Indigenous leaders push for increased tribal consultation and funding