Environmental Justice

English

Clean air is a luxury not everyone here can afford

Transatlantic Media Fellowship

Black and Hispanic people breathe more polluted air and drink dirtier water. Now, one of Los Angeles’ poorest neighborhoods is standing up against “environmental racism.”

By Felix Austen

The Toxic Water of Flint

Engulfed in an environmental scandal about lead-contaminated drinking water, the city of Flint, Michigan, has come to epitomize the decrepit state of America’s infrastructure, environmental racism, and mismanagement at the hands of public authorities.

By Bastian Hermisson