Leah Penniman, the founder of Afro-Indigenous community–centered Soul Fire Farm, on food apartheid, reparations, and community-building.
From crushed beer cans and broken shoes to smoke detectors and old keyboards, the world’s trash is a canvas for Mariah Reading.
Despite a year of lockdown, the kids are alright.
As oil prices rapidly drop, recycling centers remain shut and plastic personal protective equipment becomes biohazard waste, the pandemic could worsen the already serious plastic pollution problem.
Figures from across the world show that we need to reconsider what we see as "essential."
The fear of food shortages is driving many to follow what urban farmers have been doing for years: growing their own groceries.
Here's why it's unlikely we'll go back to living like we were.
We asked activists in six countries to share tips on how to take action even when you're stuck indoors.
Real environmental progress will take big, systemic reforms. This Earth Day, here's how to use individual actions to push for structural change.
At least, that’s the message both science and popular culture seem to be sending.
Organized by members of Pinegrove and friends, 'Earth Day' benefits victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Six states have legislative measures pending or already on the books that would allow anti-science rhetoric, including the rejection of global warming, to seep its way into schools’ curricula.