May 28th, 2021
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 really...Read More
May 21st, 2021
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 last...Read More
May 14th, 2021
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...Read More
May 7th, 2021
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 trusted....Read More
April 30th, 2021
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 has...Read More
April 22nd, 2021
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...Read More
April 16th, 2021
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 conquering...Read More
April 9th, 2021
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...Read More
April 2nd, 2021
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...Read More
March 26th, 2021
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 temperatures...Read More

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