Minnesota Reboots Community Solar Program with New Focus on Lower-Income Residents

Minnesota's community solar program, one of the oldest and largest in the U.S., is undergoing significant changes with a new state law aiming to enhance equity and residential

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Chemicals in Plastic Food Packaging Linked to 10% of Preterm Births in 2018

A study by environmental health experts at New York University reveals that phthalates, a class of chemicals commonly used in plastic food containers and cosmetic products.

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Houston Greenlit Development Projects in Cancer Cluster Area, Report Reveals

The City of Houston approved hundreds of development projects in an area recognized as a cancer cluster. Following investigations by 13 Investigates

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Looking Forward: How Resilience Hubs Could Help People Weather Disasters — and Build Community

Claire Elise Thompson explores the concept of resilience hubs, physical spaces designed for community-building and climate resilience.

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EPA Finalizes New Standards for Deadly Particulate Matter

The EPA has released a long-anticipated rule tightening restrictions on fine particulate matter, or PM2.5, a pervasive and hazardous form of air pollution

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Power Outages Leave Poor Communities in the Dark Longer: Evidence from 15M Outages Raises Questions About Recovery Times

This article on The Conversation discusses how severe storms disproportionately affect socioeconomically disadvantaged communities during power outages.

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Grist Investigation: Public Universities Profit Billions from Extractive Industries on Stolen Indigenous Lan

14 public universities, including the University of Arizona, profiting in the billions from extractive industries on stolen Indigenous land.

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Expand Capacity And Coordination To Better Integrate Community Data Into Environmental Governance

The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) proposes enhanced integration of community-generated environmental data into federal systems to improve environmental governance.

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