The move on regenerative agriculture being presented at a hearing for the House Ag Committee represents an important new horizon.

When the new House Agriculture Committee meets on February 25th, the new Chairman, Congressman David Scott (GA), will begin his first Hearing, “Climate Change and the US Agriculture and Forestry Sectors” not with debate, but with a movie trailer for Kiss the Ground. …


Dr. Heidi Steltzer in the mountains and hillslopes
Photo courtesy of Dr. Heidi Steltzer

I rang in 2021 a little differently than past years, going to Crested Butte, the mountain town in Colorado where I was inspired to study the mountains and began doing research in 1993. Though I know many people there, I didn’t make plans to see friends. But late in the…


Photo courtesy of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

by Ben Santer, Climate Scientist and John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur fellow

The Mahnmal

In 2013, a decision was reached to switch the water supply for the town of Flint in Michigan. Until April 25, 2014, the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department provided Flint residents with drinking water from Lake Huron…


The UN General Assembly must request an Advisory Opinion from the International Court of Justice

By Caleb Pollard, President of the Pacific Island Students Fighting Climate Change

Source: Pacific Islands Students Fighting Climate Change

The world has marked five years since the Paris Agreement, which was meant to mark a turning point for dealing with the existential…


This year’s catastrophic Western wildfires made headlines across the country. With rains returning to much of the region, we invited four experts to talk with us about the intersection of fire and western watersheds in the age of climate change.

The panel discussed wildfire impacts on water ranging from drinking…


Caribbean islands are often the first to be hit by hurricanes before they reach the continental US. …


By Dr. Susan Pacheco

Most people might be surprised to learn that the leading cause of deaths from Hurricane Laura was not drowning, or fallen trees, but something much more preventable: carbon monoxide poisoning.

Tragically, eight people died from the unsafe operation of gas generators when the power went out…


Pediatricians from all 50 states sound the alarm on the risks of climate change on children’s health and urge people to vote. It is the first time pediatricians from across the U.S. have come together to encourage voter registration.

Pediatricians lobbying for climate action. Virginia in 2019. Photo courtesy of Samantha Ahdoot.

As pediatricians from every state across America, we urge you to…


A conversation with Marshall Burke, Emma De La Rosa, Bill Tripp & Katharine Mach

This year’s extreme wildfire season continues to devastate communities and spread harmful smoke across the West, from northern California where seasonal winds stoked the deadly and destructive Glass and Zogg fires, to Colorado, where the Cameron…


“I Flood & I Vote”

This is the rallying cry of Black community leaders around the country who are battling chronic flooding and fighting back against the cultural erasure and displacement from sea level rise, real-estate development, tourism and gentrification, all issues central to many movements advocating for Black liberation…

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