Co-published with The Nation. There are few things more important for people in prison than keeping links with the outside world. That task falls overwhelmingly to women.
Co-published with Grist. The problem: The pollution from all the truck exhaust is mega-dangerous.
Co-published with The Daily Beast. Alex Miller’s father was once a prominent artist who had his work taken from him. Today, he sees the same tragedy unfold with other artists and powerful AI companies.
Co-published with Environmental Health News. “People don’t know what we’d do without oil and gas. It comes at a big price.”
Co-published with Environmental Health News. The US takes the global lead on liquid natural gas production and export, as economic promises and environmental worries collide.
Co-published with Grist. New study links surge of oil workers to long-term residents losing their homes.
Co-published with Grist. After people buy back the land beneath their mobile homes, renewables tend to crop up.
Co-published with In These Times. Since we first profiled her, Lationna has returned to work, her son Kingsley is crawling—and the family is still just treading water.
Co-published with Grist. The 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 Grist. Climate change is forcing cities to curb parking to bring down emissions and create more affordable housing.
Co-published with Nieman Reports. Alissa Quart on the reporting behind her book “Bootstrapped."