Nos Quedamos Youth Leader Embraces the Community Power of the South Bronx

As part of our commitment to partnering with communities to support an equitable and environmentally just future, we are holding an ongoing series where we shine light on the sustainability work of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) and intersectional justice-focused leaders of all ages. Born and raised in the multicultural community of the […]

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Climate Explained: Insects & Human Health

Climate issues can be difficult to understand. This series is designed to deliver what you need to know about some of the most prevalent issues in climate policy today. In 1,000 words, let’s explore what climate change means for human health in the Long Island Sound region and beyond.  This article is written by Kaleigh […]

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Climate Explained: Impacts on Wildlife

Climate issues can be difficult to understand. This series is designed to deliver what you need to know about some of the most prevalent issues in climate policy today. In 1,000 words, let’s explore what climate change means for wildlife in the Long Island Sound region.  This article is written by Kaleigh Pitcher, a Policy […]

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Climate Explained: Life Cycle Analysis of Vehicles

Climate issues can be difficult to understand. This series is designed to provide you with the information you need to know about some of the most prevalent issues in climate policy today. In 1,000 words, let’s learn how life cycle analysis works.  This article is written by Kaleigh Pitcher, a Policy Consultant at Save the […]

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Climate Explained: A History of NYC Advocacy

Climate issues can be difficult to understand. This series is designed to deliver you what you need to know about some of the most prevalent issues in climate policy today. In 1,000 words, let’s learn the foundations of climate advocacy in New York City.  This article is written by Kaleigh Pitcher, a Policy Consultant at […]

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Fridgeport Community Organizer Combats Food Insecurity in Bridgeport and Statewide

As part of our commitment to partnering with communities to support an equitable and environmentally just future, we are holding an ongoing series where we shine light on the sustainability work of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) and intersectional justice-focused leaders of all ages. Food justice is environmental justice because it relates to […]

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Climate Anxiety Poses a Threat to Today’s Youth

Introducing guest blogger Martha Laramore-Josey, a Yale Conservation Scholar and junior at Barnard College of Columbia University studying psychology and environmental science. She is passionate about the intersections of mental health, conservation, and environmental justice, and has joined Save the Sound as an environmental justice intern this summer. Martha has authored this blog to address […]

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Two Weeks Noted: What I Learned in My Short Time at Save the Sound

By Charlie Wortman I am a senior at Hamden Hall Country Day School in Hamden, CT. Every senior at my school is required to complete an internship or project in the month of May, after final exams are completed. I am hoping to pursue some sort of Earth Science concentration at Brown University, which made […]

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