Category: Education

Mother and Son Walking through Desert

The Ejidos of Mexico Fighting for Environmental Justice

Environmental Injustices and issues have left BIPOC communities vulnerable and at-risk worldwide. In Mexico, a small community of indigenous people occupies communal lands called “ejido,” where they have legal rights but not land ownership. Indigenous ejido ancestry predates Spanish colonization in the 1500s, where their land rights stem from Aztec heritage. But, ownership of these …

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Greenland

Greenland’s Fishing Industries Imperiled by Climate Change

Climate change is the long-term change in the weather patterns that have defined Earth’s global climates. Global warming is known as the long-term heating of Earth’s climate system due to human activities. It’s not always categorized as heat and can have a broad range of effects. Regardless of their meanings, neither does the Earth …

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View From a Porch Cabin

“I am a Taker”

I have the problem I imagine that you have. I consume more than my fair share. I consume because it’s convenient—think, heating our large house in town;

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