One Family’s Great Escape

Richard Sprenger/The Guardian

Part one of a series on America’s first climate refugees.

This Town Took On Fracking and Won

Kate Sheppard/Mother Jones

Tiny Dryden, New York, just won the right to send frackers packing.

The Drought-Stricken Midwest’s Floods: Is This What Climate Change Looks Like?


Dire predictions have already been realized over the course of the last six months.

Restoring the Rockaways

Angela Rutherford/Flickr

Nestled along a residential stretch of Seagirt Boulevard in Far Rockaway, the Seagirt Boulevard Community Garden has been a green fixture in this Queens neighborhood for over two decades.

Obama Campaign Launches Plan to Shame Climate Sceptics in Congress


Campaign group Organizing for Action says it is time to call out US politicians who deny the science behind climate change.


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