Tag: Environmental Justice
The EPA’s new oil refinery rules are another half-step toward environmental justice.
Our top picks: today's environmental news and best #greenreads.
Taking strong pictures of people in tough circumstances is one of photojournalism’s biggest challenges. Eugene Richards sets the standard.
Weekend Reads: America’s Most Toxic Town, Crossing the Unfrozen North, Itty Bitty Krill Have a Ginormous Impact
Five #greenreads that might make you late to the Labor Day barbecue.
Dung Beetles = Climate Change Rockstars, Australia’s Giant Cat-astrophe, Laser Tag at the Nuclear Plant?
Our top picks: the best environmental news and #greenreads from around the web.
Fifty years after his stirring speech, pollution and its link to poverty are among the factors holding back the achievement of Dr. King's dream.
After decades of neglect, residents of the Gulf Coast’s most toxic public housing complex are preparing to get out. But in a city given over to oil refineries, is anywhere really safe?
If we don't do something now, children will bear the brunt of the diseases, droughts, and disasters brought on by a warming planet.
Good News Gourds, Michigan River Still Plagued by Spilled Oil, Save the Fuzzy Pigtoe (and the Sugarspoon, Too)!
Soiled earth: About 70 percent of all polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) ever made remain in the environment. In many cases, the now banned industrial toxins contaminate some of the poorest areas of the country. In an ongoing... read more >
Five greenreads to enjoy as you stretch World Oceans Day into a beach weekend.Pete Spotts in Christian Science Monitor on a new discovery in the deep: Ever wonder what’s under the ice in the Arctic Ocean? Yes, cold water.... read more >