The Activist Who Keeps Exposing Environmental Racism in the U.S.
Dr. Beverly Wright, co-founder of the National Black Environmental Justice Network, has spent decades empowering communities that are vulnerable to toxic chemicals.
These Climate Change Victims Risk Everything to Catch Crabs for the Rich
“We are barefoot, heavily in debt and poor, but these agents and suppliers have become millionaires, they have large bungalows, luxurious cars, and land.”
The World’s Most Infamous Tax Haven is About to Kill Hundreds of Stray Cats
The Cayman Islands’ £500k ‘Darwin Plus’ initiative has led to a contentious debate around animal rights and environmental conservation.
World's Richest Countries Agree to Pay for Climate Change Devastation in Vulnerable Nations
The UN's COP27 climate conference ended with a historic agreement to pay for "loss and damage" due to climate change, but it's still not enough.
Climate Change Is Violent. Should the Fight Against It Be Too?
Peaceful protest isn't curbing the rapidly worsening crisis. Some activists say it’s time to attack the actual tools used to destroy the planet.
How to Figure Out Which Candidates Actually Care About the Environment
Here's a set of tools to help you understand the issues and vote in support of climate reform.
Coronavirus Could Be a 'Trigger Event' That Reshapes Society for the Better
The Sanders campaign could use this opportunity to transform into a pandemic-fighting, world-changing social movement.
A Mind-Blowing Experiment Just Showed How Life's Ingredients Formed in Outer Space
Life's origins may lie in outer space, and a lab experiment just confirmed how it could happen.
The Pacific Ocean Is Shrinking and Will Form a New Supercontinent, Scientists Say
The Pacific Ocean is shrinking by about an inch every year, and supercomputer simulations predict a new supercontinent called "Amasia" will form.
Scientists Made a Breakthrough on Life’s Origin and It Could Change Everything
A new study shows that ingredients for life can form from non-living chemicals on any given beach, and it could help develop new drugs and search for alien life.
Thank You For Your Feedback
The community feedback process is an inconvenient annoyance that brings out the worst in people. It is also at the heart of why U.S. cities can't build new housing or transportation.
Stockholm Thinks It Can Have an Electric Bikeshare Program So Cheap It’s Practically Free
No public subsidies. A day pass for the equivalent of 98 cents. Unlimited 90-minute rides for $14 per year. How?
Why Are Rich People So Obsessed With Proving US Cities Are Dystopian Hellholes?
Right-wing pundits, landlords, and tech executives all believe they can prove we are amid a crime wave with just one more video.