Aug 15, 2023
This year's Farm Bill will determine whether US agriculture cuts
its greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. Republicans want to
divert $20 billion away from agricultural climate solutions.
Farmers who've adopted these practices say they increase soil
carbon and climate resilience.
We hear stories from farmers about...
Jul 9, 2023
The David who fought Goliath had two sisters. This is the modern day story about two women taking on a giant. They started alone, standing up against a huge multinational petrochemical corporation, and won. Diane Wilson, a fisherwoman from Seadrift Texas, won the largest ever penalty in a citizen clean water lawsuit,...
Jun 11, 2023
When we fix what we have, we reduce emissions, and strengthen communities. 80% of the carbon pollution from our laptops, cell phones, and appliances is embodied carbon, emitted before we even open the box. A return to repair means changing our culture and challenging corporate monopoly. We have stories about a repair...
May 11, 2023
80% of the buildings that will be
here in 2050 are already here, producing 30% of our greenhouse gas
emissions. Uber sustainable new construction is cool, but the big
carbon reductions will come from electrifying old
Chicago plans to retrofit 80,000 homes in the next 7 years. A research collaboration between...
Apr 11, 2023
A pilot study replacing gas stoves with induction stoves in a public housing building in the South Bronx did the expected and decreased indoor air pollution. Two unexpected discoveries were the popularity of the induction stoves and that the building's old wiring could only deliver enough juice to replace stoves in...