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As environmental justice battles rage around the country, thousands of African American children and adults are being left out of the conversation.
Residents and businesses are invited to join the City of Minneapolis in switching off their lights between 8:30-9:30 pm on March 30 in honor of Earth Hour.
The descendants of Earnest Lee Boyland from Mason, Tenn. filed a lawsuit in the 1990s alleging that the USDA adhered to discriminatory policies against African American farmers…
Even before the British billionaire invested US$1 billion in making the region ‘climate-smart,’ Jamaica, Barbados and Dominica were pioneering a renewable energy boom in the Caribbean.
Designing for bikes has become a hallmark of forward-looking modern cities worldwide. Bike-friendly city ratings abound, and advocates promote cycling as a way to reduce problems ranging from air pollution to traffic deaths.
There are still plenty of tasks for gardeners to do — even in this frozen tundra — to prepare for the new season.
Here are some tips for green gift-giving that may help reduce your waste over the holidays.
For a safe and happy holiday season, take the step of recycling your used batteries. It’s a simple way to prepare your home, make a positive impact on the environment and keep the people and property you love safe.
Help green the earth with your holiday shopping choices.