Madres de EEUU rechazan recortes de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental (Mothers in U.S. reject cuts to the EPA)
Members of social movements and environmentalists in the United States urged Congress to curb cuts by the Environmental Protection Agency, the country's leading institution that fights global warming and defends communities of pollution. [Translated from TeleSur]
In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and historic fires, federal agencies are struggling to keep up. Meanwhile, the Trump Administration is pursing a 31 percent budget cut to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.Read more
In the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Americans have been compelled to face an indisputable fact: Climate change is real and it has set upon us. To continue oversimplifying it as strictly a matter of "global warming" is to deny the breadth and scope of its detrimental physical and economic impacts on the most vulnerable among us.Read more
Environmental justice activist Vien Truong learned two things as a child: Climate change affects us all, and some people suffer more than others.Read more
Green For All’s director, Vien Truong, is participating in the European Commission’s Green Week in Brussels, where she is meeting with top European leaders to discuss the promise of advancing a green economy and the importance of avoiding Trump’s disastrous environmental policies.Read more
I’ve known Vien Truong for about ten years. It was a special experience to have her in the studio and have her on my podcast. Still in her thirties, she is one of the country’s foremost policy experts and strategists on building an equitable green economy. Given how many promises the current occupant of the White House has made to change (aka rollback) U.S. science and environmental policy — to the detriment of our planet and collective health — we should all be grateful that there are green champions like Truong out there each day fighting the good fight. - Aimee AllisonRead more
Residents of Flint, Michigan have very little to celebrate, three years after the water crisis in the city made national headlines.