The Southeast Florida Regional Climate Action Plan 2.0 is a tool for local leaders to reduce climate change threats while tackling inequities that affect low-income areas and communities of color.
One-third of polar bear denning habitat in the United States is located in the area that the tax bill would convert to an industrial oil field.
In just five years, one-third of Americans will not be able to pay their water bills. Here is how Philadelphia is leading the fight against this rising crisis.
This interactive map provides county-by-county information on billion-dollar extreme weather events and household median income.
An analysis of extreme storms from 2011 through 2017 finds that these events disproportionately harm low- and middle-income Americans.
Following Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the Trump administration must commit to long-term and equitable hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico.
After weathering two devastating storms, Puerto Rico is still struggling to recover as the federal government fails to provide short-term and long-term relief.
As economic disparities and climate change risks rise, mayors must develop solutions that build resilient communities, create new economic opportunities, and support racial justice.
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Sandy, the recent budget proposal from the House majority threatens to eliminate funding for grants and programs essential to disaster recovery efforts.
Houston’s economy may be poised for a quick recovery from Harvey, but Trump administration policies make it harder for communities of color and low-income families to return home.
Congress must help communities across the country—especially those devastated by Hurricane Harvey—become more resilient to more extreme weather, flooding and other climate change risks.
An inclusive and transparent climate action strategy will carve a path to equity and resilience and help working-class communities in Charlotte, North Carolina, thrive.
The cuts in the House’s minibus spending bill show the fundamental problem with a budget that abandons domestic priorities.
President Trump’s changes to the Environmental Protection Agency will dismantle programs that protect young children from lead paint.
Trump’s budget is a governmentwide assault on public health, the nation’s coasts and outdoors, and energy innovation.