A community transforms from environmental public health degradation running rampant to building equity and climate justice across its neighborhoods.
Friends of Trees is working to address climate change and health equity by planting hundreds of thousands of trees in Portland, Oregon. The program is community-centered and community-led.
Operating an energy efficiency program may seem like a simple straightforward effort, but PUSH Buffalo understands that many problems in low-income communities and communities of color are more complex and interrelated than they seem.
In Austin, climate change is increasing the number of uncomfortably—and even dangerously—hot days. Green infrastructure can reduce this effect by shading building surfaces, deflecting the sun’s rays, and releasing moisture into the atmosphere.
Rob Gould is a senior communication strategist and a member of the George Mason University Health and Climate Solutions team. The Swinomish Reservation is located on Fidalgo Island in Western Washington State. It is the home of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, a federally recognized tribe. For thousands of years, the Swinomish have been a […]
Over the next two years, the team at Regeneration Midwest, in partnership with the Organic Consumers Association, will be executing an ambitious research agenda to build the evidence base about the health and health equity benefits of regenerative farming.