What would a just energy transition look like for US tribes?

Senior fellows JoRee LaFrance and Kevin Patterson join the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast to discuss energy production and use in their tribal communities and the challenges and opportunities to make it more sustainable.

Ebony Martin on merging labor, voting and environmental rights

Ebony Martin joins the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast to discuss how Greenpeace has expanded its focus on voting and labor rights, peaceful dissent and protest, and free speech rights to push for environmental progress and justice.

A couple must-read environmental justice books

Fellows Dr. Carolyn Ramírez and Gabriel Gadsden join the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast to discuss some eye- and mind-opening books they’ve been reading on environmental justice.

Carlos Gould on wildfire smoke and our health

Dr. Carlos Gould joins the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast to discuss his latest research on wildfire smoke’s impact on our health, and how we can protect ourselves.

How Western media could better cover climate change in the Middle East

Laila Gad, a summer intern for the Agents of Change program, and Neeshad Shafi, a climate change advocate and the co-founder of the Arab Youth Climate Movement Qatar, discuss climate change in the Arab world and the harms of Western media’s reporting on climate change and energy in the Middle East.

Robbie Parks on why hurricanes are getting deadlier

Dr. Robbie Parks joins the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast for a bonus episode to discuss how hurricanes have become deadlier in recent years and how we can better protect vulnerable communities.

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