Here’s how the bipartisan infrastructure deal could promote environmental justice

After months of settlement, President Joe Biden lastly signed the long-awaited $1.2 trillion infrastructure expense into law on Monday afternoon. While the expense has actually been trimmed substantially compared... Read more »

The environmental justice fight to block the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles

Every 4 years, countless Olympic professional athletes representing more than 200 nations push the limitations of the body. Close to 4 billion individuals — majority the world’s population —... Read more »

Study: Indigenous resistance has staved off 25% of U.S. and Canada’s annual emissions

A current report by Indigenous Environmental Network, or IEN, and Oil Change International, or OCI, discovered that Indigenous-led resistance to 21 nonrenewable fuel source tasks in the U.S. and... Read more »

Here’s what the census results mean for Biden’s efforts to clean up air and water

Much of the work of environmental justice — the fights to clean up the air and provide higher entry to inexperienced space — is about convincing these with political... Read more »

The environmental justice logic behind Cori Bush’s fight for the eviction moratorium

Cori Bush understands the violence that can come from homelessness — and how it so frequently starts with eviction. Local studies have actually discovered that anywhere from 12 percent... Read more »

Migrant children are being held in toxic U.S. detention centers

President Joe Biden’s administration has actually represented its migration policy as a gentle departure from current precedent. In a March instruction at the White House, Department of Homeland Security... Read more »