Outdoor workers in the US have up to 35 times the risk of dying from heat exposure than the general population.
Many Arkansas farmers, workers, and communities suffer from Tyson’s monopoly-like power in the state.
Reports & AnalysisSee all
Cleaning up coal ash sites the right way would alleviate water contamination, address environmental justice issues, and create more jobs than current site owner plans.
This report explains how Highland Park, Michigan, a community disproportionately harmed by pollution, can create a clean, just, and equitable energy system.
Researcher Casey Kalman discusses how chemical facilities can prepare for worsening climate change and natural disasters.
Vehicles expert Dr. David Reichmuth discusses the pros and cons of the new electric pickup truck.
Economist Rebecca Boehm and Nina Lakhani, journalist at The Guardian, expose the harms of chicken production practices at Tyson.
Climate scientist Dr. Rachel Licker discusses how climate change will affect outdoor worker’s health and earnings.
Activist ResourcesSee all
Sample legislation to help state lawmakers ensure equitable energy storage deployment.
This Energy Storage Hub is a collection of resources to help you learn how energy storage technology works, where it needs improvement, and what we can do right now to promote wider adoption of energy storage.
Spanish-language fact sheet for Highland Park analysis