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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.
More and more states are looking to pass a new kind of recycling law that asks manufacturers to foot the bill for the waste created by their products.
In Part Three of our “Pandemic at Work” series, a bus driver, airline custodian, and Uber driver reflect on their year “helping to keep the cogs of society rolling.”
In Part Two of our “Pandemic at Work” series, three undocumented immigrants share their struggles for a paycheck, a future, and simply, acknowledgment.
In Part One of our “Pandemic at Work” series, a hotel housekeeper, a fast-food worker/drugstore manager, and an elementary school janitor share their journeys through 2020—and anxieties for 2021.
We’ve seen you at your best and, currently, at your absolute worst. But things are looking up for you again—just when we need you the most.
How Governor Stitt teamed up with the head of the EPA to keep tribes from regulating fracking and industrial pollution on their own lands.
We, the colonized of Puerto Rico, declare our inalienable rights to self-determination and survival.
The scientific community is starting to confront internal biases that support social stratification, hinder international cooperation, and—sometimes—impair research.
Not wanting to buy into the exploitations of racial capitalism, I find freedom in living with less stuff—but more nature, more time, and more joy.
Every year, we blithely discard billions of phones, laptops, TVs, and other electronics that can end up poisoning communities around the world.
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