Environmental activist Isaias Hernandez, founder of the education platform QueerBrownVegan, on combatting climate despair, the nuances of veganism, and what helps him sustain activism over the long-haul.
From March 6-9, policymakers, scientists, business leaders, technologists, artists, educators, journalists and more will convene to address one of the world’s greatest challenges
Our changing climate represents one of the greatest challenges to health for the 21st century. Though all of humankind is at risk, communities with weak health and public health infrastructure are the least equipped to cope with the impacts. We must take urgent steps now to develop effective, long-term, and sustainable climate health action. Presented by CDC Foundation.
Alaina Wood, aka "The Garbage Queen" on TikTok, shares the importance of imperfect sustainability and her advice for dealing with climate doom.
Dr. Eliza Nemser, geoscientist and executive director of Climate Changemakers, on how to recognize your own agency in the climate crisis.
How are climate change and a history of inequity posing problems for Native American tribes in the Western United States?
To help combat climate change, one entrepreneur is working to shift mindsets and change behavior around the way people eat.
A changing climate means a changing diet.
Joshua Goldstein, co-author of "A Bright Future," explains why individual actions to help the planet don't add up to real change.