Introducing the Biomass Baddies Failing Forests, Climate, and Justice

The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report has a glimmer of hope among the bleak warnings. The report calls for a huge shift that focuses efforts on the maintenance and growth of natural systems. Natural systems like forests. To avoid the worst, the report urges us to conserve half of the Earth’s lands. […]

Big Media Year For Southern Forests, Communities, & Justice

The world is waking up to the realities of the climate crisis, environmental injustice, and the importance of forests. And now, the news media spotlight is growing brighter and brighter on the Southern United States. Our Home the South The South is home to some of the most beautiful and biodiverse places on Earth. But […]

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Statement: Hurricane Ida Relief and Recovery

Hurricane Ida made US landfall on Sunday, August 29th as a Category 4 storm directly impacting Southern Louisiana and Mississippi. The destructive winds, devastating flooding, and deluge of rain were a reminder of why we do the work that we do. The climate crisis is accelerating and making storms of this magnitude more frequent and […]

Woods & Wilds: The Podcast | The Hosts

A Podcast Interview with the hosts, Elizabeth Lashay, Erniko Brown, and Kimala Luna. This week we flip the script as Chaya Brennan Agarwal interviews the hosts of Woods & Wilds: The Podcast, Erniko Brown & Kimala Luna from Dogwood Alliance and Elizabeth Lashay from SlayTheMic, about their connection to nature, motivation, and staying connected to […]

Community Roots Climate Bill of Rights

Dogwood Alliance is in support of the Community Roots Climate Bill of Rights for Asheville, NC. We thank our good friends at Community Roots for their beautiful work and vision. We need true climate justice in North Carolina. The Community Climate Bill of Rights is paradigm-shifting local level legislation. It asserts our Rights for local […]