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The Color of Climate

Protecting National Parks Doesn’t Matter If We Continue to Pollute Communities of Color

For some activists, the Great American Outdoors Act isn’t all that great

Oil and chemical refinery plants cover the landscape next to Black communities along the Mississippi River near Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Photo illustration. Photo: Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis News/Getty Images

This is The Color of Climate, a weekly column from OneZero exploring how climate change and other environmental issues uniquely impact

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Drew Costley

Drew Costley

Drew Costley is a Staff Writer at FutureHuman covering the environment, health, science and tech. Previously @ SFGate, East Bay Express, USA Today, etc.