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Women working in Antarctica face enduring harassment and assault

Years after the first female scientist came forward to report sexual harassment and assault, women are still reporting abuse in Antarctica. Despite investigations by government agencies and academic institutions, a persistent culture of intimidation and abuse hinders their work and well-being.

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Anti-DEI efforts apparently hurting environmental sector

There was no increase in the number of people of color in senior staff and board positions at NGOs from 2022 to 2023.
How scientists from the "Global South" are sidelined at IPCC

How scientists from the "Global South" are sidelined at IPCC

Researchers say systemic bias at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has led to projections that perpetuate economic inequality.
How the cooperative food movement is evolving

How the cooperative food movement is evolving

Suparna Kudesia, the executive director of the Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive, explains what’s at stake and what’s ahead for the cooperative movement, as well the work CoFED is doing to build a more just food system.

Baratunde Thurston wants you to be part of nature. Right now

Baratunde Thurston wants you to be part of nature. Right now

The author of “How to Be Black” and host of the “How to Citizen with Baratunde” podcast wants you to experience the outdoors with a new PBS television series.
Trump’s move of Bureau of Land Management HQ undercut diversity, watchdog finds

Trump’s move of Bureau of Land Management HQ undercut diversity, watchdog finds

Trump’s Bureau of Land Management headquarters move reduced the number of Black employees in the agency while creating mass vacancies, a new Government Accountability Office report says.
In Michigan, making the outdoors more accessible to people of color

In Michigan, making the outdoors more accessible to people of color

Black and brown people from urban areas face many barriers to outdoor recreation. Here's how one group overcame them on Lake Superior.

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