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In a bid to cut air pollution and make cities more livable.
"When people are struggling so much just to afford their homes, they’re suffering in a multitude of ways."
Campaigners? can use the moral force of international law to drastically reduce plastic pollution to oceans.
"Unless you’re poor, it’s hard to understand what it’s like to be poor."
These millennials want to change society.
Trachoma, easily treatable, blinds thousands of the world's poorest every year.
We must embrace our grief for the world we are losing before we can effectively protect it.
Richmond became the ninth U.S. community in the last year to sue fossil fuel giants over climate change.
At least 3,000 children have a baffling seizure disorder. For many, it's a reminder of the years of brutal unrest.
These millennials want to change the system that made them wealthy.
As long as health care is subservient to corporate interests, any cost-cutting will be to the benefit of the rich, not the sick.
While in the United States, Donald Trump announces plans to gut public land protections.
A smiling, talking fridge might seem fun. But what happens when it has said all it has to say?
As the new Mayor of Atlanta, the capital city that anchors the ninth-largest metro in the United States, I take air pollution
An estimated 12 million Americans have a disease linked to extreme poverty.
“We’re being eaten up little by little. Chinatown is getting very small.”
More than 2,000 babies in Brazil have birth defects associated with Zika.
The country has been the “world’s wastebasket” for decades. But starting Jan. 1, China has said "no more."
Almost 60 percent of jobs at risk of being replaced by technology are held by women.
Spoiler alert: contains photos of rich white men.