Oakland 'Bike Black' Group Goes National

Oakland Local, News Report, Eric Arnold, Posted: May 23, 2012

Since launching in 2010, Red Bike and Green has been a welcome addition to Oakland’s burgeoning bicycle culture.




States Ignore Minorities in Climate-Related Disaster Plans

New America Media, News Report, Jessica Cheung, Posted: May 22, 2012

Minority groups across the south are more vulnerable to climate change, and local governments don't seem to be taking note.




Feds Punt on Leadership Over Fracking Rules, Experts Say

Inside Climate News, News Report, Lisa Song, Posted: May 19, 2012

With Vermont becoming the first state in the nation to ban fracking, the federal government is now taking steps to regulate drilling on public lands.




NAACP Takes Up the Clean-Energy Fight

The Root, News Report, Posted: May 14, 2012

The NAACP has decided to shape the emerging clean economy by engaging in it.




New Orleans Activist Rejects NY Times Depiction of Ninth Ward

America's Wire, News Report, Jenga Mwendo, Posted: May 09, 2012

Contrary to the New York Times article residents of this community are not reconciled to life in the wilderness.




China Struggles to Control Human Flesh Pills

Singtao, News Report, Posted: May 08, 2012

kai University associate professor Hua Lin Soug, whose research mainly focused on medical law, said the regulations of medical law is unclear and caused unsafe medical practices.




Disaster After the Storm

Equal Voice News, News Report, Kathy Mulady, Posted: May 08, 2012

In the aftermath of tornadoes and hurricanes, the painful pattern of who is helped – and who is left behind – is undeniable.




Asian-American Fishermen Sue BP for Racial Discrimination

Louisiana Weekly, News Report, Susan Buchanan, Posted: May 05, 2012

Vietnamese and Cambodian fishermen in New Orleans see their livelihoods crushed a by the BP spill.




Innovations and Legislation Aim to Stave Off California Park Closures

New America Media, Commentary, Elizabeth Goldstein, Posted: May 02, 2012

Although California parks attract 70 million visitors a year, generating $6 billion in the economy, Governor Brown will close 70 parks unless the public takes action.