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Air Pollution news and analysis from The Nation
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No Sanctuary in Fire-Stricken California’s Immigrant Communities
Toxic smoke, destroyed homes, and fears of deportation are hitting immigrant communities all at once across Northern California.
October 11, 2017
Can Local Food Help Appalachia Build a Post-Coal Future?
From shucky beans to kilt lettuce, the region’s cuisine reflects a dual reality of poverty and ingenuity.
September 21, 2017
Make New York’s School-Bus Fleet Eco-Friendly, Union-Staffed, and Cooperatively Run
Converting fossil-fuel buses to electric vehicles alone would save $39,000 over 12 years.
September 13, 2017
My Body, My Choice: Why the Principle of Bodily Autonomy Can Unite the Left
From disability rights to Black Lives Matter to the environmental movement, bodily autonomy can bring together disparate strands of the American left.
David M. Perry
August 29, 2017
Germany’s Dirty Secret: Climate Activists Take Aim at Europe’s Largest Coal Industry
Amid a growing anti-coal movement, thousands of masked protesters in hooded white jumpsuits block Germany’s coal infrastructure.
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May 22, 2017
True Climate Justice Puts Communities of Color First
Black and brown communities have long borne the brunt of our addiction to fossil fuels—and now they are leading the fight for a post-carbon economy.
April 27, 2017
Saving Coal Country by Ending Coal’s Empire
A Kentucky coalition has plans to make Appalachia’s transition from fossil fuels a boon for local empowerment.
April 21, 2017
As We Approach the Peoples Climate March, Here Are Six Ways to Fight to Save the Planet
The stakes are higher than ever before.
March 30, 2017
Trump Is Alt-Wrong
March 15, 2017
Trump’s Obsession With Cutting Regulations Will Make America Sick
If Republicans have their way, curbing air and water pollution will take a back seat to maximizing profits.