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We’re Doing Climate Action Wrong: Communities of Color Have a Better Answer

By Paulo Nunes-Ueno, Front & Centered Transportation and Land Use Policy Lead Last summer, here in …

Outdoor rally featuring Climate Justice Now flag

A Just Transition, not Cap and Trade, Will Advance Climate Justice

Our Requirements for a Transitional, Equitable Carbon Tax Washington state must cut greenhouse gas emissions from …

Dismantling Systemic Racism to Create a Healthy Environment for All

Kurtis Robinson, President of the Spokane Chapter of the NAACP Viewed from afar, our planet appears …

Analysis: How did the 2019 legislative session fare on climate justice?

Front and Centered envisions a more just future that is not only cleaner and safer, but …

Earth Week: Climate Resilience in Seattle’s South End

As we honor Mother Earth this week, we should remember that the long fight and struggle for climate justice continues among neighbors in our own backyards. And as Mary reminds us, our elected officials need to be accountable and and pass laws to ensure that everyone has the right to a healthier life.

Leaders of Color Support I-1631

Communities of color poised for the next chapter of climate action

As several equity-driven candidates of color were elected into office in the other Washington, Washington state …