Destabilized By US Imperialism, Central America Faces Climate Catastrophes

By Giovanni Batz, The Red Nation. -

At the moment, Central America is suffering from the acceleration of climate change fueled natural disasters. On the heels of the recent Hurricane Eta and a raging pandemic, Hurricane Iota has [...]

Record 7 Million People Displaced By Extreme Weather Events In First Half Of 2019

By Olivia Rosane, Ecowatch.com -

In another sign of the climate crisis, a record seven million people were displaced from their homes by extreme weather events during the first half of 2019, The New York Times reported Thursday. [...]

Killer Heat In The United States: Climate Choices And The Future Of Dangerously Hot Days (2019)

By Staff, Ucsusa.org -

Extreme heat is poised to rise steeply in frequency and severity over the coming decades, bringing unprecedented health risks for people and communities across the country. The United States is [...]

Incarcerated Workers Are Bearing The Brunt Of Extreme Weather

By Michael Arria, In These Times. -

On January 28, an image of Cook County Jail prisoners shoveling snow went viral after it was posted on the  La Villita community Facebook page and then shared by the Chicago Community Bond Fund. [...]

What Does ‘Clean Energy Access For All’ Mean?

By Rachel Cleetus, www.blog.ucsusa.org -

By Rachel Cleetus for UCSUSA - Yesterday the White House announced a series of actions to help advance clean energy access for all Americans. Meanwhile, the National Weather Service warned of a [...]

Earth Enters New Era Of Climate Change

By Sharmini Peries, www.therealnews.com -

By Sharmini Peries for The Real New - Last week storms battered the Southwest in the United States and in Louisiana, which was the hardest hit state, three people lost their lives and thousands [...]