Environmental justice results from the equitable distribution of environmental benefits and harms through the restructuring of systems of oppression.
Having won the right to vote, some suffragists moved on to fight water pollution and protect the environment.
Looking beyond the science of climate change may allow for a more nuanced approach to the growing global crisis.
The 1952 Korean War armistice set up a demilitarized zone between North Korea and South, inadvertently creating a critical nature sanctuary.
In the wake of the derailment of a train in Ohio come renewed concerns about vinyl chloride and its use in industrial products.
Tourism is Iceland’s biggest industry, but tourists and staff are increasingly threatened by extreme weather linked to climate change. How to keep everyone safe?
This Earth Day, we're looking at the ominous slash beautiful material culture of the modern environmental movement.
Adopted by almost 200 parties at the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference, the Paris Agreement captures international ambitions for cooperative climate action.
Celebrate Earth Day with stories from JSTOR Daily.
Sewage is a vital part of a circular economy—and we have the tech to make good use of it. Why don’t we?