Jamez Staples has big dreams of bringing clean energy — and its economic benefits — to his underserved and racially diverse Minneapolis neighborhood.
Nuclear Energy Information Service director Dave Kraft spoke with the Energy News Network before next week’s Congressional briefing.
Students, staff and parents say a waste-to-energy facility doesn’t belong across the street from a Gary, Indiana, charter school.
Ongoing work to help the greater Cleveland area become more resilient in the face of climate change can also address ongoing social justice problems, according to advocates, planners, and local leaders.
In Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood, residents say a redevelopment plan for a retired coal plant site would simply swap one type of dangerous air pollution for another.