In this exclusive excerpt from 'Before the Streetlights Come On,' the Environmental Defense Fund's Heather McTeer Toney reveals the hazards of excluding Black and brown communities from the conversation around global warming.
Animals have been forced to adapt to people since we started messing up their land. To save them, it's time to reimagine the status quo.
A planet in climate catastrophe is overwhelming, to say the least. Climate grief is normal, but it's optimism that can sustain the energy we need for solutions.
Disinformation around immigration has become pervasive over the last decade. With increasing numbers of refugees displaced by war and climate emergencies, resilience demands that we reevaluate the value of lines on a map.
Environmental justice expert Dr. Beverly L. Wright, Ph.D. explains that addressing the climate crisis in the U.S. begins with unpacking centuries of inequality rooted in racism.
Americans are up to their necks in urgent crises, from an ever-evolving pandemic to climate disaster to supremacist autocracy, and can't bring themselves to tackle, let alone acknowledge any of them.
Teaching our kids to practice mindfulness, the very act of slowing down and connecting with the world around us, might be the secret to helping them live on an unstable planet.
How one writer found a sustainable way of life beyond American borders
Devi Lockwood’s new book documents the changing planet from the everyday person’s perspective and sheds light on the connective power of Earth and conversation.
The latest IPCC report paints a bleak climate future. Here’s what we need to do to create a lasting, sustainable relationship with our planet.