Read about the ways in which the Trump government shutdown is negatively affecting the environement, workers, and public health.
Articles by Marcia G. Yerman
2018 wasn’t a great year for our planet, but looking forward we see hope in actions by companies, states and localities to address climate change in 2019.
Read about ways to get your kids involved in protecting nature and taking climate action to help prevent climatre catastrophe in their lifetimes.
Read about the phenomenon of climate refugees – people pushed out of their homes due to extreme weather or changing housing markets due to climate change.
Read about youth activists who are tackling climate change through protest and a new Congress with progressive members looking at bold solutions.
The 2018 IPCC Special Report on Global Warming reads like a horror flick. The findings are frightening, especially if action is not taken.
Hear from the mayor of Salt Lake City as she describes the many steps being taken to achieve 100% clean energy use by the year 2032.
Check out some pollution and climate stories you may have missed during the summer of 2018. Some good news, some bad news, some ways to take action.
An exclusive interview with Eric Sorenson, an award winning meteorologist discussing climate change and extreme weather.
Learn how ozone pollution from smog is prevalent in our parks. We’ll explain why and show you how you can keep your family safe during vacations.
Learn about Andrew K. Wheeler, now acting administrator of the EPA, who has the same goals as Scott Pruitt – the undoing of vital environmental regulations.
Learn about a new study that looks at how Americans think about climate change, its causes, who will be hurt by it, and whether we can stop it.