Last October I was invited to join the It’s Hot in Here radio team on WCBN 88.3 FM-Ann Arbor for a discussion about climate justice. The show kicked off discussing the disparities between … Continue reading That time I was on the radio talking about #ClimateJustice
Lower-income urban neighborhoods are less likely to have trees. The Washington Post conducted a study of the city’s tree canopy, that concluded: Lower-income neighborhoods were substantially less likely to have … Continue reading Trees, Heat & Inequality
A special thanks to AG Grønlandsposten (AG Greenland Post) journalist Andreas Lindqvist for covering this story.
By Sarah Goodyear For all our new familiarity with the idea of Greenland as a global climatological force, we don’t often think about it as a place where people live. … Continue reading In Greenland, an Urban Heat Island Is Growing Fast