Weather changes from day to day and season to season, but the recent changes are not normal weather patterns. They’re weird and dangerous.
Articles by Diane MacEachern
Paul Hawken’s new book, Regeneration, offers his approach to climate change that weaves justice, climate, biodiversity, equity, and human dignity into a tapestry of action, policy, and transformation that can help end the climate crisis in one generation.
1 in 3 Native Americans lives in poverty. Indigenized Energy Initiative is a first-of-its-kind, Indigenous-led effort to empower Native American tribes to regain sovereignty by taking control of their own energy to mitigate climate change and restore hope.
Research shows that emissions from gas stoves can threaten indoor air quality while contributing to climate change. Here’s what to do if you have a gas stove to reduce health-harming pollutants.
From Jane Goodall’s new book, The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times: “There is hope for our future for the health of our planet, our societies, and our children. But only if we all get together and join forces.”
Ozone pollution causes smog that makes it unhealthy to breathe the air. It’s also taking a toll on nature, threatening plants, insects, and food harvests.
In a video interview, we had a hopeful conversation with Dr. Katharine Hayhoe about her new book, SAVING US. We discussed everything from faith to family to pushing forward for real change.
As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, it’s important to acknowledge the health threats Latino children and families face from pollution and the climate crisis.
In “How to Prepare for Climate Change: A Practical Guide to Surviving the Chaos” CBS Sunday Morning correspondent David Pogue, tells us that protecting kids’ health is enough of a reason to start preparing them right now.
The Biden administration’s EPA banned agricultural use of the chlorpyrifos. This is a major victory for children’s health, as the pesticide is linked to neurological damage in children.
A new study finds the increase of Covid infections among people breathing polluted air from climate-fueled wildfires is a “disastrous combination.”
Almost 800 people have already died from extreme climate heat. Keep your kids safe and healthy with these tips for staying cool.