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The Natural Resources Defense Council works to safeguard the earth - its people,
its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
In “Evanston Salt Costs Climbing,” climate change is never mentioned, but it’s all anyone can think about.
A young bioengineer grappling with an existential challenge finds the answer in the dreams of her dying grandmother. A mesmerizing cli-fi story set in Mexico City, published by Fix, Grist’s solutions lab, with support from NRDC.
During a trip to a water conference, an environmental justice activist considers what it takes to support his community without letting go of the importance of healing.
The Games for Change Student Challenge helps young designers gamify solutions to real-world problems.
Four NRDC staffers consider the legal protections that changed their lives and how all rights, including those related to the environment, are intimately connected.
Dr. Cheryl Holder helps her patients and fellow physicians find holistic solutions to coping with the intertwined impacts of sickness and climate change.
This National Poetry Month, four writers champion the legendary local activist who launched a movement while they continue to grapple with the work left to be done.
From saguaros to sacred waters, the writers weave their personal relationships to the environment with the ancestral.
In images both beautiful and disturbing, photographer Kadir van Lohuizen documents how sea level rise is altering coastlines—and lives—around the world.
A birding podcast host, a science journalist, and a conservationist strive to share their passion with more BIPOC birders like themselves.
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