Ashira Morris

Ashira Morris is a freelance journalist based between Tallahassee, Fla. and Sofia, Bulgaria. She’s interested in local environments and the forces that shape them.

Airbnb Will Chip In for Its Hosts' Green Upgrades

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The property rental service will offer its Massachusetts hosts thousands of dollars to help pay for heat pumps, new insulation and more.

This Evolving 3,000-Mile-Long Park Is Already Improving Cities Along Its Path

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Even before it is finished, the East Coast Greenway, an emerald necklace of car-free paths from Maine to Florida, is revealing surprising benefits.

These Museums Are Curated by The People They Represent

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The Manchester Museum asked 30 community members to curate its new South Asia gallery — the latest cultural institution to hand over control to those it represents.

In Washington, Students Learn About Climate Change Like Nowhere Else

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Food justice classes and mock G7 summits are on the curriculum in the first US state to fund “climate change education” in public schools.

The Delicate Art of Greening a Museum

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Cavernous and strictly climate controlled, museums are notoriously wasteful — but a few are leading a sustainability renaissance.

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