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Nothing about us, without us: Community-led research supports climate adaptation

Nothing about us, without us: Community-led research supports climate adaptation 

As President Biden’s Justice40 Initiative celebrates its third anniversary, historically underserved communities around the country continue to draw inspiration from the unprecedented commitment to environmental justice. The 40 in the title stands for the goal of channeling 40% of the federal investment benefits into neighborhoods marginalized and… Read More »Nothing about us, without us: Community-led research supports climate adaptation 

Climate-driven relocation of Louisiana’s Indigenous tribes must consider community and culture

A part of our Climate Change Equity and Adaptation series In the wake of rising seas and coastal erosion, forced home relocations raise the specter of genocide for North America’s First Peoples. Yet despite the risk of indigenous erasure, dominant climate relocation strategies fail to… Read More »Climate-driven relocation of Louisiana’s Indigenous tribes must consider community and culture

RSF responds to the New York Times article titled “The ‘Georgists’ Are Out There, and They Want to Tax Your Land”

“As one-clause headlines summarizing century old movements go, “Georgists want to tax your land!” is not the worst, as it succinctly describes how Georgism would impact one particularly literate and tuned in class of people – landowners. But it misses the most important piece of… Read More »RSF responds to the New York Times article titled “The ‘Georgists’ Are Out There, and They Want to Tax Your Land”