Communities of color are disproportionately impacted by climate change and toxic pollution. These communities are also forging the path toward environmental and climate justice for all.
As we work toward Drawdown, it’s critical to address the impacts of climate change in communities of color, which are often hit “first and worst.”
Native youth run to draw attention to the impacts of pipelines on water supplies.
Water shut-offs in Detroit hit overburdened Black families the hardest.
It's just the most recent example of an environmental injustice.
Muslim environmental activists are organizing the Islamic world to renew the global transition from a fossil-fuel economy to one powered by renewable energy.
Those 94 percent of Americans who recycle have devastating impacts on people of color.
A study guide for reading clubs and community groups wanting to discuss the issues in our "Climate Justice" Green American.
The former president of the Maldives was instrumental in getting a world climate agreement out of the Copenhagen climate summit, and he's been a critical voice on behalf of island nations already feeling the effects of the climate crisis.