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LISTEN: Black histories and visions of urban planning

Senior Agents of Change fellows Enjoli Hall and Tatiana “Tots” Height discuss what drew them to urban planning and how they envision the field could better center the histories and lived experiences of Black communities….

05/18/22
                                                               

British Columbia salmon abundance ‘a sixth’ of what it was half-a-century ago: Study

Catches of wild pacific salmon on the Fraser, Skeena and Nass Rivers are only a sixth of what they were half a century ago, according to a new study from UBC. …

05/16/22
                                                               

In the Philippines, a landmark finding moves fossil fuel companies’ climate liability into the realm of human rights

In a damning and lucidly-written report, the Human Rights Commission found that the world’s largest fossil fuel companies had “engaged in willful obfuscation and obstruction to prevent meaningful climate action.” …

05/16/22
                                                               

Threshold Podcast: Prayers of steel

Steel is one of the most useful materials humans have ever created, but one of the most damaging to the climate and the people who work in and live near these mills. Threshold explores the…

05/13/22
                                                               

Op-Ed: Black gold and the color line

Last month the Biden Administration announced that it would resume selling leases for new oil and gas drilling on public lands. This decision raises significant climate change and environmental justice concerns, particularly for those disadvantaged…

05/12/22