See the intersection between health-based violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act and racial, ethnic, and language vulnerability across the United States. Image: Ensia/NRDC
In 2014, Detroit’s second-heaviest single-day rainfall ever caused flooding so major that people abandoned cars on the highway. The green alley didn’t hold a single puddle. Ever since, it’s been inspiring urban environmentalists.Sierra, The national magazine of the Sierra Club
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