Climate & Environment
Environmental racism is defined as environmental injustice that occurs within a racialized context both in practice and policy.
The disproportionate threats extreme weather brings to BIPOC communities are specifically evident in Louisiana, writes Ashley Shelton, CEO of the Power Coalition for Equity & Justice.
Black and brown people are already disproportionately exposed to elevated levels of poor air quality.
'Small Doses' host Amanda Seales explores "green colonialism" and how climate change harms certain communities more than others.
While March Madness’ carbon footprint can never be eliminated, there are ways to reduce its environmental cost.
The program provides each participant with $20,000, mentorship and opportunities for collaboration.
The climate crisis is an issue of faith as people of faith are called to care for creation, writes IIka Vega of United Women in Faith.
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