Marcelo Bonta's Center for Diversity & the Environment works to bring people of color into the environmental movement.
by Terri Hansen,
Dec 23, 2010
The ups and downs of an Audubon nature center in the middle of low-income urban L.A.
by Cally Carswell,
May 04, 2010
Rue Mapp's group Outdoor Afro encourages black people to explore nature and learn about things like bird-watching.
by Stephanie Paige Ogburn,
Jun 24, 2010
The Navajo Nation's proposed 1,500-megawatt coal plant always rested on shaky ground. Now, it may collapse entirely.
by Laura Paskus,
Aug 13, 2010
When wandering newcomers and deep-rooted old-timers collide in the West, it gets difficult, especially in a place as culturally complex as northern New Mexico.
by Ray Ring ,
Aug 19, 2012
Back in the '70s, Montana led the way in progressive
environmental legislation, but now with its economy faltering,
those laws are being eviscerated, and environmentalists need to
find a new strategy.
by Ray Ring,
Dec 17, 2001
Even as the air over power plants clears, the coal
combustion waste on the ground gets worse – and the EPA seems
disinclined to deal with the problem.
by Jonathan Thompson,
Nov 26, 2007
Lori Edmo-Suppah works tirelessly to keep the
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes informed through the newspaper she edits,
the Sho-Ban News
by Ray Ring,
Dec 24, 2007
The women in Stefanie Raymond-Whish’s family have a
history of breast cancer, and the young Navajo biologist wants to
know whether the uranium on the reservation might have something to
do with it.
by Florence Williams,
May 26, 2008
Part of the price of stopping the planned New World Mine
near Yellowstone may turn out to be the development of coal
reserves along Otter Creek, next to the Northern Cheyenne
by Ray Ring and Bob Struckman,
Jan 20, 2003