In Akron, Ohio, toxic exposures to benzene and asbestos made people sick and cut lives short.
The proposed solution — a thirty-one-mile-long pipeline draining Lake Michigan — is dividing residents of Joliet, Illinois.
In Uniontown, Ohio, outside of Akron, residents and officials have clashed over cleanup of the Industrial Excess Landfill.
The state’s early industry remade more than the landscape.
The stories of workers and their families reveal "unintended consequences" for life and health in the community.
A 2020 study found that formerly redlined neighborhoods are hotter than other areas in the same city. Here’s why.
Detroit, the tar sands, and burying my father in toxic ground.
Moratoriums on evictions, utility shut-offs now are necessary, but policymakers should also plan for the post-coronavirus fallout.
Activists have been working for years to change the broader narrative around water access.
The future of the Calumet/south Chicago region will have to contend with its infrastructure and layered history.
Tracing water, memory and change through Black experiences along and near Route 65.
How members of one neighborhood are addressing the effects of climate change on their community.