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‘1.5°C to stay alive’: climate change, imperialism and justice for the Caribbean

Treating the threat of climate change in the Caribbean as a case study instructive for responses globally, this article examines…

“Not All Parks Are Created Equal”: How Communities Can Ensure Parks Are Accessible for All Residents

Ensuring that residents have equitable access to parks, including facilities and programming that fit their specific needs, can have profound…

A Living History: The Environmental Justice Health Alliance For Chemical Policy Reform

The Environmental Justice Health Alliance for Chemical Policy Reform (EJHA) is a national network comprised of grassroots and advocacy environmental…

A People’s History of Utilities

This brief timeline tries to put the different institutions and infrastructure that makes up our energy system today within the…

ACORN Community Organizing Model

The ACORN Community Organizing Model provides organizers with tools and guidance for implementing the ACORN Model in their own work.…

An Invitation to Save the Planet by Ending White Supremacy

A racist system that values some lives over others helps to fuel the climate crisis.

An Open Letter to the Union of Concerned Scientists: On Black Death, Black Silencing, and Black Fugitivity

Ruth Tyson’s open letter to the Union of Concerned Scientists highlights the culture of anti-blackness in environmental non-profits.

Black Lives Matter in ecology and evolution

This editorial was published by the editors of Nature Ecology & Evolution in response to the murder of George Floyd,…

Black Lives Matter: the Link Between Climate Change and Racial Justice

In any crisis it is the poorest and most vulnerable that suffer the greatest impacts. What does Black Lives Matter…

Carbon Pricing: A Critical Perspective for Community Resistance

Carbon pricing has come to dominate the white environmental and climate movements as well as the debate on how to…

Centering Community Ownership and Voice to Combat Green Gentrification

Public and private housing developers value the benefits parks and green spaces add to an area because they drive economic development…

Centering Equity to Address Extreme Heat

Extreme heat is the deadliest weather-related event in the United States and, until now, has been one of the least…

Climate Change Through an Intersectional Lens: Gendered Vulnerability and Resilience in Indigenous Communities in the United States

The scientific and policy literature on climate change increasingly recognizes the vulnerabilities of indigenous communities and their capacities for resilience.…

Climate Change, Environmental Activism, and Disability

People with disabilities are on the front lines of the climate crisis. Efforts to address the crisis must include them.

Climate, Environmental, and Health Impacts of Fossil Fuels

The use of fossil fuels—coal, oil, and natural gas—results in significant climate, environmental, and health costs that are not reflected…