Chef Leo Espinosa and daughter Laura work with indigenous communities to preserve traditional ingredients and techniques.
Posts by Lucy Sherriff
Flying Over L.A. to Study the Dirtiest Air in America
Eva Pfannerstill and her team at Berkeley have taken 16 flights to pinpoint the most dangerous pollutants that Angelenos breathe.
On the Shores of a Hawaiian Fishpond, a Friendship That Helps Heals the Planet
Rebecca Most and Lehua Kamaka symbolize a new model for environmental management, blending contemporary science with ancient knowledge.
Fumes From a Meat Rendering Plant Spurred These Mother-Daughter Activists to Action
Dr. Venise Curry and her mother, Mary Curry, took on a battle with Darling Meat in Fresno, alleging pollution has led to asthma.
Using Plants, She’s Discovered How to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Off-Grid Places
On Long Island, Priyanka Sharma is developing a unique and sustainable technology to improve access to safe water around the world.
A Native Attorney Fights for Salmon — and Her Tribe’s Way of Life
Amy Cordalis of the Yurok Tribe is leading efforts to restore the Klamath River amid a water crisis that has killed its fish population.