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February 2023

Co-published with GristThe city’s nearly 400,000 pipes wouldn’t have to be fully removed for nearly 30 years after the rest of the nation.

Co-published with Grist. “There's so many ways that renters are screwed.”

Co-published with The New York Times. A harried super at a five-building co-op in Westchester County carves out some time in the morning to return to his easel and oil paints.

Co-published with Grist. Climate change is forcing cities to curb parking to bring down emissions and create more affordable housing.

EHRP is thrilled to share that Zaydee Sanchez, EHRP Fellow, has been awarded the Photojournalism Award for photo essays (up to 15 images) by the Society for Professional Journalists Northern California Chapter. The winning story and photo essay, “Pajaro’s Quest to

EHRP is happy to share that Dan Kaufman won the November 2023 Sidney Award for his EHRP-supported piece, “Will the U.A.W. Strike Turn the Rust Belt Green?”, published in The New Yorker. This in-depth feature opens at a meeting of

Co-published with Nieman Reports. Alissa Quart on the reporting behind her book “Bootstrapped."

Co-published with The New Yorker. A historic walkout against the Big Three automakers could shape the trajectory of one of America’s most politically salient regions.

Co-published with TIME. Renter Revolt follows a political group in Kansas City that is turning renter grievance into political power.

Co-published with The New York TimesDecades of tough-on-crime sentencing and increasingly rigid release policies have left many to grow old in a system that was not designed to accommodate them.

Co-published with Grist. Natural disasters hit farmers with a $22 billion bill last year. Only half of that was covered by insurance.

Co-published with GristWildfires cause billions in home damage every year. Now, insurers no longer want to take on the risk.

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