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
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.
The City of Houston approved hundreds of development projects in an area recognized as a cancer cluster. Following investigations by 13 Investigates
Claire Elise Thompson explores the concept of resilience hubs, physical spaces designed for community-building and climate resilience.
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
This article on The Conversation discusses how severe storms disproportionately affect socioeconomically disadvantaged communities during power outages.
14 public universities, including the University of Arizona, profiting in the billions from extractive industries on stolen Indigenous land.
The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) proposes enhanced integration of community-generated environmental data into federal systems to improve environmental governance.
The Biden administration's decision to pause the permitting process for some new natural gas export projects in Louisiana, reflecting the influence of Black environmental activism
Illegal dumping is causing mental health challenges in communities across the United States, according to Environmental Health News.
The article discusses Vermont's initiative to join Maryland, Massachusetts, and New York in making the fossil fuel industry financially responsible for climate change impacts
Anita Hofschneider highlights the increasing costs and delays faced by renewable energy projects that fail to recognize Indigenous rights.
The article explores a World Economic Forum report predicting that climate change will cause 14.5 million additional deaths by 2050.
Amidst a record-breaking year of heat in 2023, concerns over public health have surged, particularly in Texas, Arizona, and across the United States.
The article discusses the growing trend of houses of worship in the United States adopting solar energy solutions.