1. Climate Justice in Asia

    January 22, 2018

    By Ragini Kathail. Around the world, summer is getting hotter, threatening the health and lives of poor black and brown people who work or live outside, who have unreliable access to electricity, and who already live in communities surrounded by pollution-spewing vehicles, power plants, refineries, and factories. A recent New York Times piece described data from climate Read more

  2. First Nations Leading Land and Marine Stewardship in the Great Bear Rainforest and Sea

    January 15, 2018

    By Rachel Smith. The Great Bear Rainforest (GBR) stretches from Northern Vancouver Island to the Alaskan border and is the largest intact coastal temperate forest on Earth. Encompassing 6.4 million hectares of the British Columbian Coastline, the GBR and its adjacent marine environment has some of the highest biodiversity in North America, possibly the world. The region Read more

  3. Mental Health in Green Space and Beyond….

    January 8, 2018

    By ValaRae Partee. This summer I was selected to participate in the Environmental Fellows Program (EFP) through the University of Michigan and the Environmental Grantmakers Association. It’s been a life-changing experience to be in the presence of so many like-minded, caring, and welcoming groups of people. EFP was literally a breath of fresh air. When Read more