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Famed Beach in Jamaica Slowly Vanishing to Erosion
A senior director at the Jamaican National Environment and Planning Agency says the "Seven Mile Bea...


Commentary: Many Blacks Find Corporate Environments Unwelcoming
African-Americans have been promoting diversity in the corporate world. But a recent study by the U...


Forsei Is Helping Your Business Be Better for the Community
Maria Allison co-founded a company to consult small businesses for positive environmental and socia...


Commentary: How Being Black and Green Is in Our DNA
Introducing Green For All’s new executive director Nikki Silvestri....


Obama Water Campaign Raises Environmental Issue
First Lady Michelle Obama wants for us to drink water, but does she mean tap or bottled?...


Q&A With Environmental Activist Majora Carter
Majora Carter talks activism, “greening the ghetto” and the future of the urban environmentalist mo...


Why Earth Day Is Important for Blacks
Earth Day is today, and it’s one of the few holidays in which everyone on the planet is expected to...


Why Pollution and the Environment Matter to Black People
Continued exposure to air pollution and other environmental toxins has taken its toll on the health...


Black Lawmakers, EPA Kick Off Environmental Justice Tour
Black lawmakers | EPA kick off environmental justice tour....


Networks proves a friendly environment for Woods
Networks proves a friendly environment for Woods...


Former EPA Chief Lisa Jackson Lands at Apple
Former EPA administrator Lisa Jackson will serve as vice president for environmental initiatives at...


Commentary: We Should Add Climate Change to the Civil Rights Agenda
The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington is also a chance to raise awareness about climate c...


Tameka Raymond Files for Custody of Children
Usher's ex-wife claims the kids are in a dangerous environment....


Cabinet Members Tout Obama’s Track Record
The National Action Network played host to HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan and EPA Administrator Lisa J...


EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson Is Stepping Down
EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson will leave her post in January....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 8, 2004
Dr. Wangari Muta Maathai became the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize on Oct. 8,...


When Green Goes Black
Many African-Americans have misconceptions about the environmental movement because the face of the...


25 Employers Hiring the Class of 2009 | Careers
As graduation nears and the economy remains in a bad state, college graduates are faced with one of...


Throwback Thursday: A Girl's Guide to Rep. Barbara Lee
Being a Girl Scout helped Rep. Barbara Lee become the woman she is today....


Wangari Maathai Dies at 71
Wangari Maathai, renowned Kenyan environmentalist, human rights activist, feminist and Nobel Peace ...

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