Climate Change

Coal, Climate, and Justice

Last year, the controversial Dos Republicas coal mine was given permission to renew and expand its wastewater permit. Why does that matter? The people First of…

300 Million Cubic Yards of Trash

In the past few weeks, we’ve talked a lot about the environmental consequences of Hurricane Harvey – flooding, pollution, chemical explosions. But there is yet another environmental…

Mayors Continue To Push on Climate

It’s been about three months since President Donald Trump announced he is withdrawing the US from the Paris Climate Agreement. So what’s happened since? As…

Touring Texas To Talk Climate

“As Hurricane Harvey has clearly shown, climate change will affect us regardless of whether we believe in it or not. We need to set our…

Austin is Sprawling… A Lot

Austin is sprawling…and it’s sprawling more than almost any other city in the country. That’s according to a recent analysis of census data done…

What is Climate Justice?

In order to encourage action and facilitate education beyond the Austin People’s Climate March (happening this Saturday, April 29th), its organizers dubbed April 23rd through April 28th…