U.Va. Repair Lab, students collaborate on historical climate change project

Students in a climate crisis history course provide historical context of climate gentrification in Norfolk, VA.

May 4, 2022 Read More

The Fight Against Big Tobacco Can Teach Us How to Fight Big Oil

Sarah Milov discusses comparisons between Big Oil and Big Tobacco.

July 29, 2021 Read More

Disaster flicks like ‘Don’t Look Up’ won’t spur climate change action. Here’s why.

UVA environmental historian and lecturer Justin McBrien published in the Washington Post.

January 27, 2022 Read More

Opinion: Beaches belong to everyone, not the privileged few

Andrew Kahrl discusses the accessibility of public beaches.

July 29, 2021 Read More

'You can't live in a swamp': Virginia fishing village threatened by rising sea levels

Repair Lab researcher and anthropologist Jonna Yarrington quoted in NBC news story about sinking Tangier Island.

November 10, 2021 Read More

Measuring Houston’s environmental injustice from space

Sally Pusede and Angelique Demetillo lead a study evaluating the use of space-based measurements to describe air pollution environmental justice in Houston, TX.

July 21, 2021 Read More

New Award Enables Repair Lab Faculty Research on Toxic Waste

Kwame Otu discusses his project looking at the lives of e-waste workers, “Scenes of Toxicity.”

October 19, 2021 Read More

A local look at air pollution highlights inequalities within cities

Work by Sally Pusede and Angelique Demetillo featured on the cover of Chemistry & Engineering News.

June 20, 2021 Read More

Satellite data reveal that diesel trucking drives US air pollution inequality

Sally Pusede and Angelique Demetillo use satellite data to quantify the contribution of diesel trucking to nitrogen dioxide air pollution inequality in 52 U.S. cities.

September 21, 2021 Read More