The world’s environmental and social problems are spreading like wildfires, and systemically marginalized communities are most impacted. To achieve transformative and durable solutions, we need to empower the next generation of scientists to speak up. Scientists who share their discoveries in the most compelling ways can change the narrative.
Newsflash: Science is personal. The colorful conversations in our biweekly podcast prove it, with stories that include laughter and tears, setbacks and successes. Listen in as our fellows and other environmental justice leaders discuss their unlikely beginnings and promising futures.
You’ve never seen science writing quite like this. Fellows weave their life experiences together with their technical expertise in essays that push back against persistent injustice, advancing environmental justice and equity.
Gabriel Gadsden is an ecologist and energy justice scholar seeking to understand how cost-effective neighborhood interventions can lead to healthier outcomes for residents. His current research focuses on urban rodents and energy retrofits but recognizes his work’s intersection with food justice and neighborhood greening.
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