New America Media, Op-ed, Posted: Jun 30, 2012
The budget signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown last week will help stave off the closure of parks across the state... for now.
Indian Country Today Media Network, News Report, Posted: Jun 27, 2012
Wildfires on and around the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in southeastern Montana.
Environmental Health News, News Feature, Posted: Jun 25, 2012
The lack of clean drinking water deepens the struggle of low-income ethnic families in California, placing many—and their babies—at risk.
OneWorld.net, News Report, Posted: Jun 21, 2012
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon wasted no time in plugging the proposed energy goals enshrined in an UN initiative he unveiled at its three-day conference in Rio De Janeiro on sustainable development.
SF Public Press, News Report, Posted: Jun 20, 2012
Land’s carrying capacity under stress as Bay Area expected to add 2 million.
Environmental Health News, News Feature, Posted: Jun 16, 2012
Scientists are beginning to suspect that low-income children may be more biologically susceptible to contaminants.
New America Media, Video, Posted: Jun 15, 2012
U.S. Congressman Mike Honda, D-San Jose, said that California’s parks and other open spaces must be preserved at all costs.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jun 11, 2012
Amidst rising rates of diabetes in teenagers, youth are leading a new campaign to combat the social and environmental factors that created the epidemic.
Environmental Health News, News Feature, Posted: Jun 05, 2012
Richmond is transforming its political climate from a polluted company town to a vanguard in the environmental justice movement.
Environmental Health News, News Report, Posted: Jun 04, 2012
Residents of North Richmond live under a vortex of industrial pollutants that may be taking a toll on their health.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jun 02, 2012
Amid increased cuts to the nation’s parks services, in California a movement is afoot to create new parks more reflective of the state’s diverse history.