New Landscapes is a regular series investigating how environmental policies are affecting communities across America.
In 2012, Little Village residents helped shut down a coal plant. Now, a redevelopment company plans to build a distribution center in its place, bringing more dirty trucks to the neighborhood.
Satellite images could suddenly make it a lot riskier to perpetrate these crimes.
With a Canadian company looking to mine gold, silver, and copper on ancestral lands, opponents worry about toxic water and the destruction of Menominee heritage.
Anti-pipeline activists find themselves in league with the swamp's Cajun crawfishers as they work to thwart projects by the same company that built the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A recent EPA survey takes into account extreme weather, but also social factors such as poverty, health, and governance.