The climate crisis disproportionately impacts women—and women of color in particular. This is why women must lead on its solutions.
In Part Three of our “Pandemic at Work” series, a bus driver, airline custodian, and Uber driver reflect on their year “helping to keep the cogs of society rolling.”
Stories from the front lines of the nation's drinking water crisis.
A little-known community of formerly enslaved Black residents in Concord, Massachusetts, took up home in Walden Woods long before Henry David Thoreau arrived. Today, local activists are working to ensure the stories of Black Walden stay alive.
On her new album, indie-pop artist Tamara Lindeman explores the complicated ways that climate change is changing . . . us.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the inequities faced by food- and farmworkers who put their health in danger just by coming to work each day. NRDC is pushing to change that.