Cassia Herron spent years trying to bring fresh food to her neighborhood. In the wake of tragedy, new hope emerges.
The mayor of Portugal's capital city plans to pay apartment owners to rent to local residents at affordable prices.
The tradition of mutual aid is as old as the country itself because social inequity is baked into the system.
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The U.S. has long resisted a more flexible work culture. But some companies are now testing out a shorter workweek.
The Bay of Bengal community was able to avoid blackouts after Cyclone Amphan by relying on solar energy microgrids.
Instead of spending billions to bail out airlines, advocates argue for a more carbon-friendly pandemic investment: railroad travel.
Thanks to a controversial New Mexico rule, rich landowners are staking claim to the state's public waterways.
Making the connection between racism, inequality and the environment is the only way we will preserve human life on this planet.
A decadeslong movement to take money from police budgets and reinvest it into communities has seen its ideas propelled into the mainstream.