January 24th, 2019 | by Guest Contributor
Between 2008 and 2017, drivers struck and killed 49,340 people who were walking on streets all across the United States. That’s more than 13 people per day, or one person every hour and 46 minutes. It’s the equivalent of a jumbo jet full of people crashing—with no survivors—every single month
July 6th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor
Climate impacts often fall disproportionately and unfairly on society’s most vulnerable, but cities are uniquely well-positioned to do something about these inequities by taking innovative climate action
February 26th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley
The latest EPA study looks at the relationship between poverty, race, and pollution. It finds that low income and communities of color experience up to 50% more fine particulate pollution than normal, which is largely a result of their lack of political as well as economic power.
March 4th, 2009 | by Important Media Cross-Post
Update: Read Ian’s recap, and check out the pictures of the event here! CleanTechies has a strong social mission and [&hellip