Environmental Justice

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Creating Resilient and Equitable Cities through Vacant Lot Restoration

As we begin to feel the intensifying effects of climate change, there is an urgent need to address environmental and public health crises in frontline communities. In the Mid-Atlantic, we … Read more

Campus Race to Zero Race highlights many different ways to practice sustainability on-campus.

How College Campuses got Creative Reducing Waste in 2021

Each year the Campus Race to Zero Waste (formerly RecycleMania) program calls for best practice case studies from campuses across the U.S. and Canada to showcase programs and strategies in … Read more

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5 Ways to Take the National Wildlife Federation’s Education Programs Back to School

As a new month begins, many educators and students have already been in school for several weeks, with some returning to the physical classroom for the first time in over … Read more

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Climate and Energy Infrastructure Priorities

Updated September 2021 A Clean Energy Economy The temperature isn’t the only thing heating up this summer in Washington, D.C. Talk of major investment in infrastructure is on the rise, … Read more

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Rolling Tides

Recent weather-related events have made it all too clear that climate change is real and it is really changing where people choose to live. As the sea level rises in … Read more

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Now That’s Where I Draw the Line!

Have you ever heard the phrase, “I can’t draw a straight line with a ruler”? If you have, you are not alone, millions of Black, Latinx, and Native communities hear … Read more

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Celebrating 20 Years of Earth Tomorrow

Earth Tomorrow is celebrating 20 years of youth-centered leadership development and community-based actions contributing to the ecological health and betterment of communities across Metro Atlanta. Launched in 2001, Earth Tomorrow is the … Read more

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Broadband: Bridging the Digital Divide

Usually, when people think of infrastructure they think of roads, water systems, sewers, and bridges, rarely, if ever, does the internet come to mind. The Covid-19 pandemic showed us just … Read more

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PFAS Are Contaminating Our Fish – What This Means and What We Should Do About It

If you enjoy fishing, you have probably come across signs by lakes or streams recommending that you limit your consumption of certain fish—or even avoid eating them altogether. You may … Read more

May I Borrow a Cup of Water?

Growing up, I’m sure we can all recall a time where our parents would ask to borrow a cup of sugar from our neighbors, or neighbors would ask our parents … Read more