Puerto Ricans transform abandoned land to build food sovereignty
Luis Alexis Rodríguez Cruz writes that in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, activists have turned abandoned land into a community garden.
Historic redlining increases exposure to oil and gas wells
Rachel Morello-Frosch finds structural racism in federal policy is linked to higher exposures to oil and gas wells in marginalized neighborhoods.
Get to know our new trustees
We’re excited to welcome three new members to the Board of Trustees: Ekow Edzie, Roger Perez and Michael Billingsley. Learn more about them and their inspiration to join.
As a child José regularly visited family in Mexico, where they had abundant natural space to explore, but he was disappointed in the lack of safe parks to play in when he would return to Los Angeles. As a community organizer, he saw the value of quality greenspace to working class communities. These experiences ultimately led him to pursue a career as a landscape architect working to advance park equity.