A Columbia Climate School student shares lessons from trying to translate the concept of anti-racism into action in an institutional setting.
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A century ago, the Harlem Renaissance changed the worlds of art and culture. Could Harlem one day become a leader in the transition to a green economy?
Though often underestimated, extreme heat is the leading weather-related killer in the U.S.
Environmental justice delayed has long been justice denied, but it is never too late to do better.
A new study adds to the evidence that structural racism in federal policy is linked to the disproportionate siting of oil and gas wells in marginalized neighborhoods.
For researcher Liv Yoon, creating a high-resolution heat map of NYC is just the first step in transforming marginalized communities.
An Asian environmentalist shares reflections on diversity and inclusion in higher education.
Unprecedented federal funding to fix PR’s electric system has the potential to save lives and build resilience by investing in distributed solar power. Yet so far it appears to be business as usual.
The director of the Pandemic Resource and Response Initiative discusses how inequality, politics and misinformation worsened COVID’s impact in communities across the U.S.