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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…

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.

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…

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…

Eco-Feminism is Intersectional Feminism

This article discusses environmental justice in the context of intersectional and transnational feminism.

Environmental injustice and disability: Where is the research?

Due to a lack of data and understanding, the disabled community remains left out of most environmental justice research.

Environmental Racism in Greater Boston: an Interactive Web Resource

Environmental racism is the disproportionate impact of environmental hazards on people of color. This series focuses on environmental racism in…

Filthy Lucre: Or, How Non-Profits Get Money but Lose their Souls

The revolution will not be led by a 501(c)(3). Once you start hunting for filthy lucre (aka foundation support), militancy…

Fracking with Forever Chemicals in Colorado

Previously unpublicized information unearthed by Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) shows that a class of extremely toxic chemicals known as…

How Social Movements Contribute to Staying Within the Global Carbon Budget: Evidence from a Qualitative Meta-Analysis of Case Studies

Despite renewed efforts to combat climate change, it remains uncertain how economies will achieve emission reduction by 2050. Among different…

Insights from 76 Climate Persuasion Tests

Insights from 76 Climate Persuasion Tests provides a meta-analysis of over 76 different individual studies from the last 10 years…

Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing

Six principles for organizing across different cultures, politics, and organizations