Climate change is the result of a deadly calculus: human lives are worth risking and even losing over the profits of global corporations.
Removing the taboo around talking about money, two collectives are helping people work toward securing their financial well-being.
Teachers ended a nearly three-week strike, citing advances in pay and working conditions for many members. But more work remains.
No version of “waters of the U.S.” (WOTUS), part of the Clean Water Act, adequately protects the nation’s natural areas.
The federal government has for years enabled the private market to make money off our housing needs. Now, as home prices and rents skyrocket, there is a simple solution: offer people a public option for housing.
Green Worker Cooperatives nurtures co-op startups in the South Bronx.
Megacorporations tend to dominate food contracting with schools and other large facilities in America. In Chicago, Black formerly incarcerated people are prepping locally sourced meals for schools, nursing homes and transitional housing facilities.
Four years ago, Boulder, Colorado, sued ExxonMobil and Suncor Energy—owner of the only oil refinery in the state—for climate change-related damages and...
Mutual aid offers a route to directly help people living outside, and potentially save lives through the winter months.