Impact Climate

A livable planet tomorrow requires real action today.

Rise Up

These Women are Fighting Climate Change in Miami’s Vulnerable Neighborhoods

Climate gentrification is creeping into southern Florida's underserved communities, but a group of female activists is fighting back.
Meg Charlton
8.28.17
Livable Planet

LA Wants to Switch to Electric Buses to Make You Healthier

Low-income residents are more likely to be exposed to dangerous pollution that largely comes from public transportation, but that might change.
Meg Charlton
8.14.17
Voices

Trump-Backed Legal Immigration Cuts Could Wreck US Farming Industry

If Trump's immigration plans go through, your dinner will look very different.
Demetria Irwin
8.8.17
Livable Planet

These Are Some of the Most Sustainable College Campuses in America

Does your campus keep it green?
Jonathan Parks-Ramage
8.3.17
Livable Planet

International City Officials Met to Preempt Climate Change Destruction

At the 100 Resilient Cities Urban Resilience Summit, city leaders from around the world met to figure out the best way to thrive in the age of climate change.
Meg Charlton
8.3.17
Voices

Gutting Health Care Also Hurts US Environmental Protections Too

The Senate GOP failed to repeal and replace Obamacare, which also fundamentally protects against threats to our clean air and clean water, as well as our health.
A. Tianna Scozzaro
8.2.17
Frontier

New App Aims to Save the Rainforest Without Leaving Local Farmers Behind

The new tech empowers local farmers to take care of their communities and save the rainforest byproducts you use on a daily basis.
Aaron Barksdale
7.21.17
Impact Climate

A Los Angeles Teen is Fighting to Get City Buses to Run on Clean Energy

"Making this switch would be a big deal for our climate, but arguably an even bigger deal for communities like mine."
Milton Paez
7.20.17
The Rundown

This Former President Powers Half of His Hometown With Renewable Energy

Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
7.17.17
Voices

A Retired Miner is Fighting for Those Left Behind When Coal Leaves Town

An unlikely activist is fighting for jobs and a cleaner city.
Meg Charlton
7.14.17
The Rundown

People Are Pledging to Protect 750,000 Young People From Deportation

Your daily guide to what's working, what's not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
7.13.17
Impact Water

New York City is Using Oysters to Protect the City From Future Hurricanes

After the destruction of Hurricane Sandy, the city found a natural solution to protect itself from future storms.
Cayte Bosler
7.12.17