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Fifty years after the first Earth Day helped spur activism over air and water pollution and disappearing plants and animals, significant improvements are undeniable but monumental challenges remain.

Minority communities suffer disproportionately from ongoing contamination. Deforestation, habitat loss and overfishing have wreaked havoc on global biodiversity. And the existential threat of climate change looms large. Demolition of an old smokestack at a former coal-fired power plant recently sent a cloud of ash into the neighborhood.

The low-income, Hispanic community also is concerned that plans for a logistics and transportation hub will bring more diesel pollution to the neighborhood.

Communities of color are still disproportionately affected by pollution 50 years after the first Earth Day. Photo: Charles Rex Arbogast, AP 6of8In this April 11, photo, a photographer with a bicycle walks though the dust cloud descending though the Little Village neighborhood, after the Crawford Generating Station smoke stack was imploded in Chicago.

The Merrimack River colored bright blue and green by textile mill chemicals. Black smoke everywhere. Houses blanketed in ash from a recent smokestack demolition at a shuttered coal-fired power plant.

High rates of asthma and other illnesses. Fifty years after the first Earth Day helped spur activism over air and water pollution and disappearing plants and animals, significant improvements are undeniable.

But monumental challenges remain. Black, brown and poor communities suffer disproportionately from ongoing contamination. And the existential threat of climate change looms larger than anything that came before. A fundamental, global change in thinking and action is needed that goes well beyond any one day, said former California Gov. Outrage over the burning Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, an oil spill that killed thousands of seabirds off the California coast and a plunging bald eagle population blamed on pesticides drew millions of people to the first Earth Day on April 22, Yet in the decades since, some problems that sparked the environmental movement have only gotten worse.

Urbanization, farming and industry have led to widespread loss of forests and grasslands, exacerbating the dangers of climate change and contributing to an alarmingly swift decline in animal and plant species. Overfishing threatens the ocean food web. Hotter global average temperatures are leading to both heavier rainfall and drought, and are contributing to sea level rise that threatens coastal communities. Studies show that polluting industry, highways and shipping terminals are more likely to be located in poor and non-white neighborhoods with less political clout, often because historic housing discrimination or poverty forced people of color to live there.

In Charlotte, North Carolina, blacks ended up living near a major railroad line and industrial areas. Those living near Houston refineries and chemical plants are overwhelmingly black and Hispanic. What about saving people, too? Early water and air pollution were problems people could see and smell, while climate change until recently had seemed decades away. Then, efforts to speak to worldwide climate change began in the s. Now, environmentalists fear, regulatory rollbacks under the Trump administration, along with attacks on science long used to make decisions, also threaten years of progress.

Trump is pulling the U. Some Democratic lawmakers have responded by introducing the sweeping Green New Deal to transition the economy away from fossil fuels, and many of the Democratic presidential candidates rolled out their own climate plans.

But such efforts face stiff opposition from Republicans and some within the party. For environmental reforms, the support of minority communities will be very important, activists say, because people of color will comprise the majority of the U. Yet representation of people of color in large environmental organizations still is far too low, said Dorceta Taylor, a University of Michigan professor who researches the social impacts of environmentalism.

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Fifty years after the first Earth Day helped spur activism over air and water pollution and disappearing plants and animals, significant improvements are undeniable but monumental challenges remain. Minority communities suffer disproportionately from ongoing contamination. Deforestation, habitat loss and overfishing have wreaked havoc on global biodiversity. And the existential threat of climate change looms large. Demolition of an old smokestack at a former coal-fired power plant recently sent a cloud of ash into the neighborhood. The low-income, Hispanic community also is concerned that plans for a logistics and transportation hub will bring more diesel pollution to the neighborhood.

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