Environment and Health
For already vulnerable populations, the health risks of extreme weather events can be deadly.
A whopping 61 percent of Toledo’s voters said “yes” to recognizing legally enforceable rights for the natural world.
My two-year old will barely be the age I am now when the climate catastrophe comes, and that realization is taking a toll.
Milwaukee’s novel approach to combating racial inequity should inspire other cities.
If you feel powerless, remember that the biggest change you can make is to support leaders who think our planet is actually worth saving.
Laws restricting reproductive freedom come out of a culture that doesn’t see women’s sexuality as equal to men’s.
The right to control women’s bodies.
By 2035, seniors will outnumber children. A new plan in Washington state shows how we can care for them — and for their caretakers.
Most of us don’t know that when our family members sign up, they sign away some of their rights — and ours.
Merely banning abortion isn’t enough for some on the rabid right — a few are even threatening women with the death penalty.