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Hopes and expectations are high for President Biden’s first weeks in office. His recovery plans promise to take on COVID-19, a battered economy, and a rapid clean energy...
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A decade ago, a nationwide survey showed that only around twelve percent of Americans were seriously concerned about climate change. Today, public perceptions have changed. “...
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With a new pro-science, pro-climate action administration in the White House, there are more pathways — and far greater political will — than ever before for the clean energy...
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What happens when climate, public health and poverty converge? Author and activist Catherine Coleman Flowers grew up in rural Lowndes County, Alabama. When she moved back...
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In the past decade, narratives of a dystopian climate future have helped connect people with characters in worlds decimated by industrial expansion and climate disruption. In...
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Joe Biden did not start out as the “climate candidate” – that was a title first claimed by Washington Governor Jay Inslee, one of  more than two dozen Democratic candidates...
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After months of dealing with a volatile political climate, it’s easy to overlook the actual climate, and how it’s impacting Americans daily. Just two months into 2021, deadly...
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True to his campaign promise, President Biden dove right into the climate crisis on Day One, signing a stack of executive orders that signaled his determination. But how...
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While IPCC risk assessments and emission projections can help us understand climate change, they don’t exactly inspire the imagination or provoke a personal response to the...
Part of When Words Aren’t Enough: The Visual Climate Story , March 2021
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Warmer, shorter winters may sound like a relief, especially on the heels of this year’s deep-freeze in Texas and record blizzards in Wyoming and Colorado. But rising...
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As the spring of 2021 arrives, it would be hard to design a more challenging — or more promising — moment for implementing climate solutions.  Americans are reeling from an...
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The Biden Administration’s COVID recovery plans promise to prioritize climate and equity alongside economic growth. The shutdowns brought on by the pandemic hit women and...
Part of Investing in a Clean and Equitable Recovery, March 2021
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How much is access to so-called wilderness tied to wealth? For many of us, the story of the American wilderness begins when Europeans arrived on these shores and began...
Part of Billionaire Wilderness, July 2020
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We’ve been living with the impacts of a changing climate for years, but those impacts don’t all hit the same way.  A wildfire amplified by drought may rip through a town in a...
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In the US, we’ve become accustomed to climate – like nearly everything else – being politicized. Even when potential solutions might benefit everyone, a zero-sum mentality...
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Journalist Meera Subramanian has spent years talking with some of the people living closest to climate change in parts of the country where climate science isn’t always...
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Nick Mullins is a former fifth-generation coal miner from Clintwood, Virginia and creator of the blog, Thoughts of a Coal Miner. Growing up, his father taught him to love the...
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In 2017, it got so hot in Phoenix that airplanes literally could not take off, and airlines cancelled dozens of flights. Extreme heat is likely to become more common, and...
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In the last several years, a growing number of countries and places within the United States have tried to establish legal standing for natural ecosystems.    "The concept...
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More than half of Americans surveyed by Pew have talked about climate change one to two times in recent weeks – and that number is even higher for Gen Z and Millenials. A...

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