We, the colonized of Puerto Rico, declare our inalienable rights to self-determination and survival.
As NRDC’s California state lead for clean energy and equity, Alexis Cureton is working to ensure that communities of color help shape energy policy, both inside and outside of the energy sector.
Stories from the front lines of the nation's drinking water crisis.
To truly achieve an equitable, fair, and greener future, we must defend Black lives and our climate future, together.
NRDC senior program advocate Sasha Forbes explains what it means to be displaced by climate change and why cities must invest in long-term housing affordability—and a self-sustaining future—for their low-income communities and communities of color.
A new generation of designers and resource specialists is springing up around the textile waste created by the fashion industry—and taking it to market.