Rising Tide Calls For Call Climate Actions

By Staff, Risingtidenorthamerica.org -

Time is running out. The climate crisis is at our doorstep. Communities around the world are already being battered by the earliest effects of the changing climate–superstorms, floods, wildfires [...]

Inspiration & Support For Disaster Preparation

By Staff, Mutualaiddisasterrelief.org -

Getting ready as a network is a two-fold process – We can prepare ourselves individually and we can also support preparation in the most marginalized communities, those which are not only most [...]

According To NYT, ‘Relentless Flooding’ In Midwest Just Happens

By Joshua Cho, Fair.org -

The New York Times’ 2,400+ word report (6/3/19) by Julie Bosman, Julie Turkewitz and Timothy Williams on the historic flooding in the Midwest—amidst the wettest 12 months ever since recording [...]

In The Wake Of Cyclone Idai, The North Has A Climate Debt To Pay

By William Minter, Fpif.org -

Weeks after Cyclone Idai struck the coast of Mozambique, near Beira, the flood waters have receded to reveal a shattered landscape. Houses and roads were washed away; crops awaiting harvest were [...]

Zimbabwe: Cyclone Idai, Sanctions And Capitalism

By Mafa Kwanisai Mafa, Socialistorganizer.com -

About a month ago Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique were devastated by a tropical cyclone that was described by the United Nations as one of the worst disasters ever to strike the Southern [...]

Puerto Rico Faces A Flood Of Fracked Gas In Wake Of Hurricane Maria

By Dimitri Lascaris, Therealnews.com -

This is Dimitri Lascars reporting for The Real News Network. Media have descended on Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria devastated the island a year and a half ago, and many reported on its [...]

Mutual Aid Disaster Relief Tour Recap: Fall 2018

By Mutual Aid Disaster Relief, Itsgoingdown.org -

The MADR Network has only been around a couple years, and is mostly focused on supporting response efforts to hurricanes on the east and gulf coasts. In traveling west, we wanted to understand [...]

Ten Ways 2018 Brought Us Closer To Climate Apocalypse

By Dahr Jamail, Truthout.org -

The 20 warmest years ever recorded have been within the last 22 years, and the four warmest of those have been 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). [...]

Top 10 Climate Change Disasters Cost $85 Billion In 2018

By Staff, Mediacentre.christianaid.org.uk -

All of these billion-dollar disasters are linked with human-caused climate change. In some cases scientific studies have shown that climate change made the particular event more likely or [...]

Amazon IS The Government, No Press For Nobel Winner & Post-Hurricane Updates

By Eleanor Goldfield, Occupy.com -

Amazon gets cozy with the CIA, DHS and ICE – here's what the Silicon Valley beast has to gain and to offer in this growing Orwellian nightmare we call the US of A. Next up, the Nobel Peace Prize [...]

Hurricane Florence Highlights The Cruel Reality Of Factory Farming

By Kenny Torrella, Buzzflash.com -

Broiler chickens (chickens raised for meat) are the top agricultural commodity in North Carolina. In 2015, 823 million broiler chickens were raised in the state. (Photo credit: North Carolina [...]

Puerto Rico One Year Later: We’re Fighting For Justice And Prosperity

By Amira Odeh, 350.org -

As the wind blew I could hear things falling and breaking outside. The walls of my (concrete-built) home were vibrating and water was coming in through every single window and door. At the moment [...]

U.S. Coastal Flooding Breaks Records As Sea Level Rises, NOAA Report Shows

By Nicholas Kusnetz, Insideclimatenews.org -

The nation's coasts broke records for tidal flooding over the past year as storms combined with rising seas to inundate downtown areas of Miami, Boston and other major cities, according to [...]

Hurricane Season 2018: Experts Warn Of Super Storms, Call For New Category 6

By Bob Berwyn, Insideclimatenews.org -

As the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season begins, scientists are worried that U.S. coastal communities could face more super storms with winds, storm surges and rainfall so intense that current [...]

Hidden Employment Stats & Puerto Rico’s Ongoing Disaster

By Eleanor Goldfield, Occupy.com -

Next up, unemployment rates may be going down but what does that actually mean? Hint: no, our economy is not doing well. And neither are the soon-to-be-homeless elderly of Louisiana – because you [...]

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