A superfund site in Oklahoma turns its polluted legacy into something hopeful – a place to keep pollinators buzzing.
Read about disheartening election losses in Oklahoma indicating that the oil and gas undustry will continue to put profits over people.
If you want to live a long life don’t move to Stilwell, Oklahoma. This small, rural town has the lowest life expectancy rate in the U.S.
Climate change is accelerating wildfire risk. Learn what that means for your region and how fire management practices can help, but not fix the issue.
See pictures and read about Congressional leaders and moms joining forces at our 5th annual Play-in for Climate Action on July 11, 2018.
Learn about the wildfires experienced by Oklahoma over the past three years, their relationship to climate change, and how they put firefighters and families in danger.
Read about the findings of the American Lung Association in their 2018 annual State of the Air report, and where we need to improve air quality.
Learn how Superfund and other toxic chemical sites are made more hazardous by climate change and extreme weather, and how states need to be prepared to deal with emergencies.
Learn about the new Moms & Mayors initiative that provides resources to municipalities all over the country that have taken over protection of clean air and water that the federal government is abandoning.
Read about the history of Tar Creek, an Oklahoma Superfund site which was one of the first in the nation and is still unresolved.
Find out why even gas and oil companies are expressing concern about the possibility of groundwater contamination due to fracking in Oklahoma.
Ground-level ozone is harmful to all–especially kids, the elderly, those who work outside, and those with respiratory conditions. Learn how you can help.