climate change

March 30, 2022
Anna Beatriz Anjos

Activists from Brazil’s urban peripheries are among the hardest hit by the climate crisis, and they are becoming increasingly active in the fight against it.

March 10, 2022
Bárbara I. Abadía-Rexach

Las mujeres afropuertorriqueñas en primera línea de la lucha contra el cambio climático tienen el conocimiento y las prácticas para construir un futuro más sostenible para todos.

March 10, 2022
Bárbara I. Abadía-Rexach

Afro-Puerto Rican women on the frontlines of climate justice struggles have the knowledge and practices to build a more sustainable future for all.

February 17, 2022
Ruth Santiago, Hilda Lloréns, and Catalina de Onís

The road to achieving sustainable energy in Puerto Rico should not be paved by bulldozing agricultural lands and coastal plains.

May 26, 2021
Tom Long

The Biden administration holds significant political tools for navigating relations with Latin America. How will it leverage this power?

August 5, 2020
Ruth Santiago, Catalina M. de Onís, and Hilda Lloréns

The struggle to transform Puerto Rico’s flawed energy grid with locally controlled alternatives is a matter of life and death.

May 6, 2020
Christina Noriega

A wind energy boom on Colombia’s Caribbean coast threatens to continue the dispossession of Indigenous communities—with a green veneer.

March 16, 2020
Pietra Brown

Blooms of smelly and unsightly sargassum seaweed have impacted the tourism industry across the Caribbean. Now, solutions must balance environmental factors and local livelihoods.

January 15, 2020
Catalina de Onís, Hilda Lloréns, and Ruth “Tata” Santiago

Recent earthquakes and aftershocks in Puerto Rico generate overwhelming evidence of the urgent need for community-directed renewable energy.

January 8, 2020
Ben Terrall

In their new books, two veteran journalists detail the U.S. role in the national—and global—rise and fortification of borders.

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