A recent Yale Climate survey asked, “What do you think is the greatest threat that global warming poses to the US, if any?” Here’s the the most common theme of the respondents…
Articles by Marcia G. Yerman
A consensus of climate change visionaries at the “Climate Forward” event shared their solutions for the future, and reiterated the importance of activism because it’s a “renewable resource.”
Since June, when smoke from Canadian wildfires first blanketed America, the Air Quality Index has become part of the daily national conversation. Until now, checking the AQI has been routine in the parts of the country typically impacted by wildfires, but less so on the East Coast. Thankfully AQI is easy check on most phones. For those of us who are new to AQI and don’t fully understand the information being given, or those who want a refresher, here’s a primer.
Fossil fuel risk bond programs are tools that communities can use to begin to address the staggering externalized costs of climate disasters.
Diane Wilson is proof that one person’s concern about the future of our planet can create significant changes. A 2023 Goldman Prize Award winner who took on the petrochemical industry.
In an executive order, Biden declared a new Office of Environmental Justice positioned inside the White House Council on Environmental Quality. Federal agencies are now mandated to structure their policies through the prism of how toxic pollution and the climate crisis impact minority and Native communities.
Soot pollution is exceedingly high in communities of color in every single state. See how your state stacks up.
Native Americans often live in rural areas close to wildfires and airborne smoke. Climate change makes wildfires worse. Warming temperatures contribute to both the severity and duration of wildfires.
“InfluenceMap” is a data-driven analysis of how business and finance are impacting the climate crisis. It chronicles how the public claims of ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, BP, and Total Energies stack up against their actual behavior in the marketplace.
Adding to the stress of pregnancy, new research finds “an association between in utero exposure to natural disasters and child behavioral problems.”
The record shows that Charles III has long been a climate leader: “In damaging our climate, we become the architects of our destruction…The only limit is our willingness to act, and the time to act is now.” What will his reign mean for climate?
Do your kids learn about climate change at school? Is their school energy efficient? How do heat and extreme weather affect schoolchildren? Here’s the latest school-related climate news.