In Alabama, Poverty and the Coronavirus Are a Double Blow

Before she died of Covid-19, Pamela Rush opened her home to show the world what environmental injustice and poverty look like.

Election 2020, our environment, and you

BOZEMAN, Mont.—"It's sad to win and be this depressed."

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Why America ignored its coronavirus response plan

The U.S. spent 15 years preparing for the coronavirus. Why did we handle it so badly?

Alexandria Villaseñor, la seguidora de Greta Thunberg que apoya a Joe Biden

La lista de políticos y activistas sociales que han dado su apoyo a la candidatura de Joe Biden y Kamala Harris a la presidencia y vicepresidencia de Estados Unidos participando activamente en la...

¡Alerta! A miles de residentes de California ‘les llovió sobre mojado’

El valle central de California atraviesa, o mejor dicho, se halla atravesado por una doble de crisis aguda. Además de la pandemia de Covid-19, hoy recibe el humo de los incendios que devoran el área de la Bahía de San Francisco, y que los vientos del Pacífico empujan más allá de las montañas tierra adentro, hasta llegar al valle central.

Alexandria Villaseñor, la seguidora de Greta Thunberg que apoya a Joe Biden

La joven de familia mexicana que colidera en Estados Unidos el movimiento Fridays For Future explica la gravedad de crisis climática en la convención del Partido Demócrata.

Could philanthropy prevent the next pandemic by stopping zoonotic diseases?

COVID-19 is likely zoonotic in origin, meaning it “jumped” from other animals to humans. While such diseases present a dire threat, few funders are paying attention. We explore the key players and where philanthropy can have an impact.

Anatomy of a smokey hellscape: Douglas Fischer

BOZEMAN, Mont.—Living in the Rocky Mountains, we often joke about our five seasons: Fall, winter, spring, summer and smoke.

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Q&A: A young environmental justice leader on the value of getting youth of color into nature

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