Rodrigo Alatriste-Diaz

farmworkers california

How workers’ rights and environmental justice movements collide in California’s Central Valley

“The environmental justice term didn’t come until later. When the farmworker movement started it was already happening but it's not what it was called.”

Every year my home of Visalia, California, makes it to the top of lists like the “worst places to live” or “least educated places in the country.”

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farmworker justice

Cómo colisionan los derechos de los trabajadores y los movimientos de justicia ambiental en el Valle Central de California

Todos los años, mi hogar, Visalia, California, aparece en los primeros puestos de listas como " los peores lugares para vivir" o "los lugares menos educados del país".

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environmental justice

LISTEN: Jennifer Roberts on nature as medicine

“I have a deep appreciation for the sounds just being by a creek and hearing the water… it gives me hope and it gives me life when I'm out in nature.”

PFAS in food

IN-DEPTH: What we know about PFAS in our food

Amid inadequate testing and a lack of regulation, we’re all eating “forever chemicals.”

invasive species

Peter Dykstra: American Invasive Species Hall of Fame, part 1

Flora and fauna that have left their mark.

Global Warming: Why the problem is worse – and solutions simpler – than you thought

Global Warming: Why the problem is worse – and solutions simpler – than you thought

Noted ecologist John Harte offers a fresh take on the dire topic of climate change.

PFAS Testing

Investigation: PFAS on our shelves and in our bodies

Testing finds concerning chemicals in everything from sports bras to ketchup, including in brands labeled PFAS-free.

ryan zinke

Peter Dykstra: Low crimes and misdemeanors

Multiple ethical violations used to mean bipartisan disdain. Now you get sent to Congress.