The way we grow our food has a big impact on our climate. Changing how we farm can help our climate rather than harm it.
Our addiction to fossil fuels paired with state policy heavily influences how hard electricity prices hit our wallets.
Our health is inextricably tied to the environment’s health, especially for communities overburdened by climate change. It’s for this reason Vermont needs an environmental justice law.
As we reflect on what went wrong at last month’s global climate conference, we can find hope in everything we’ve accomplished in New England. Our fight isn’t over yet.
An international climate conference in Glasgow just ended. It’s left me feeling frustrated and angry, but I know I can still find hope in local action.
Our forests, open spaces, farms, and ocean can help us fight the climate crisis if we responsibly manage and conserve them. It’s time for Congress to invest in natural climate solutions now.
The House Oversight Committee recently held a hearing to interrogate Big Oil executives about their companies’ decades of deliberate climate disinformation. A disappointing yet unsurprising outcome tells us it’s time for more climate mandates for real accountability.
Climate change struck home for me when the waters at Salisbury Beach recently hit an unheard-of 75 degrees.
Climate anxiety can be an isolating feeling. But the good news is, you’re not alone – and there are ways to find hope even when it might feel like there’s none left.
Those forced to live with environmental injustice are often ignored when it comes to issues that affect their daily lives. A new project in Lawrence, Massachusetts, seeks to puts put residents in the lead.