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The Surprising Environmental Hazard Lurking In Your Home

By Norris McDonald When people talk about environmental harm, it’s natural to think of global warming, nuclear accidents, contaminants polluting our oceans and local waterways,...

Shot Clock Ticking for Environmental Establishment: Show Me Your Diversity!

"The overall environmental movement is incredibly diverse. The mainstream environmental movement isn't," said Danielle Deane, Executive Director of Green 2.0, an initiative dedicated to...

Sierra Club Diversifying Green Movement with First Black Board Chair

Stereotypically, when people think of the Green Movement, they think of tree hugging hippies wearing Birkenstocks while they cruise down the street in a...

Green 2.0: Breaking the Green Ceiling

“It is essential for us to have a diverse workforce. Our job is to create a healthy and clean environment for our communities, especially...

Minority Participation in the Climate Movement

When you hear the word “environmentalist” what image comes to mind?  Is it the guy in the khaki shorts and vest taking water samples...

SC State Legislator Creates Model for Lasting Community Revitalization

South Carolina State Representative Harold Mitchell, D-Spartanburg, who's made headlines recently for his efforts to modify his state's 'Stand Your Ground Law', is more...

South Carolinians Stand Up for Energy System Freedom of Ownership Act

An op-ed by Jil Littlejohn and Sue Berkowitz demonstrated the best of what democracy has to offer when two South Carolinians called out western...

Gulf Coast Oil Disaster: Will This Mean a Katrina for Obama?

First Katrina and now oil spills.  It seems the Gulf Coast region has become the victim of an environmental wrath of Biblical proportion. In...