An inclusive version of environmentalism that protects the people and the planet. One which focuses on correcting the injustices happening to marginalized communities — to benefit the earth in transformative ways. This is intersectional environmentalism — a movement headed up by Leah Thomas, a environmental activist, writer and inspired change-maker.Check out this Vogue article about this movement
“Stewarding our own land, growing our own food, educating our own youth, participating in our own healthcare and justice systems…this is the source of real power and dignity.” Farm management and labor is about to get redesigned — and here’s a guide to show us how.Check out Farming While Black
How is nature helping people cope while their loved ones convalesce—alone? How are people managing stress and finding the strength to persevere? We connected with our Sacred Places at Johns Hopkins and University of MD to find out.See how nature is helping people find strength.
Make way for green living rooms, urban forests and white roofs! Check out these nature-based cooling innovations that will keep heatwaves at bay and improve health.Check out these innovations