With the intensification of weather patterns resulting from climate change, community land trusts perform vital functions that help people recover.
By building energy-efficient properties, Habitat reduces heating costs and frees up more than $100 each month for homeowners.
Four reasons why organizations should consider owning property in the neighborhood they work in.
An Alaskan collective's perspective on taking care of oneself can apply to organizations that work with communities that have experienced trauma. After all, organizations should make the mental and physical health of their staff a top priority, too.
A new book explores the history, impact, and policy solutions to racial segregation.
Including rent and utility payments in credit reports and scoring models can increase credit scores, and reduce racial disparities in credit scores.
In our fifth installment, we take a look at how organizations are taking health care investments in housing to the next level, and how cities can weather the effects of climate change by going beyond infrastructure to address institutional racism, historical inequities, and access to physical and mental health services.