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El Salvador Votes for Water over Gold

March 30, 2017 /

by Pedro Cabezas

In response to enormous public pressure, lawmakers have rejected appeals by global corporations and voted to protect the country's people and water supply by banning metallic mining.

The Clean Power Plan and Inequality

September 27, 2016 /

by Sarah Anderson


by Janet Redman

An appeals court will rule on the legality of Obama’s plan, which could narrow economic gaps by lowering energy costs and creating jobs. Lawyers for a coalition of states and...

The Disparate Impact of Climate Change

June 25, 2015 /

by Sheila Kennedy

The Pope's new encyclical illuminates a concept we should all get to know better: disparate impact. By Sheila Suess Kennedy [caption id="attachment_9187" align="alignright" width="300"] Pope Francis has raised the issue...

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