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April 21, 2022
Earth Day Is Every Day
Celebrate our one and only home.
April 8, 2022
We Can’t Wait for Our Institutions to Take Action on Climate Change
This year, the Penn State community has a golden opportunity to choose a new direction for its university.
Nora Van Horn
March 30, 2022
Coal Trains and Climate Protest: It’s Spring in New England
What connects anti-war demonstrations in Russia with climate activists in the US? An opposition to fossil capital.
March 29, 2022
Climate Research Shouldn’t Be Funded by Fossil Fuel Companies
The oil and gas industry uses universities to influence environmental policy. Here’s how we fight back.
February 17, 2022
The Avoidable Tragedy of Road Deaths
The media pays a lot of attention to rising crime, but more than twice as many people die in traffic collisions in the US.
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February 9, 2022
Flight Shame in Great Barrington
When it comes to aviation, small is
Susan Brind Morrow
February 2, 2022
A Landmark Environmental Precedent Was Just Set in Virginia
Thanks to frontline activists and a new law promoting environmental justice, Virginia became one of the first states to recognize the disproportionate impact of pollution on Black, Indigenous, and low-income communities.
Crystal “Red Bear” Cavalier-Keck
December 7, 2021
The Export Boom That Could Transform Texas—and the World
The United States’ oil and gas export boom has been a decade in the making. All along the Texas coast, communities are fighting back against the industry’s expansion.
November 3, 2021
Is the Global Methane Pledge Just “Words on Paper”?
More than 70 countries, including the United States, have promised to reduce methane emissions by 30 percent by 2030. Is it enough?
October 15, 2021
Why Ecology Is the Infrastructure of the Future
Landscape architect Kate Orff says we must restore and harness natural systems to protect ourselves from the worsening climate crisis.