Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

Victims of Hurricane Katrina argue with National Guard Troops as they try to get on buses headed to Houston on Sept. 1, 2005. Willie Allen Jr./St. Petersburg Times/ZUMA
August 27, 2015

Where Black Lives Matter Began

Hurricane Katrina exposed our nation’s amazing tolerance for black pain.

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August 18, 2015

Hillary Clinton Breaks With Obama Over Arctic Drilling

She expressed her disapproval just a day after Obama gave Shell the go-ahead.

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August 18, 2015

Islamic Leaders Issue Bold Call for Rapid Phase Out of Fossil Fuels

Religious scholars, experts, and teachers from around the world unite to call for climate action.

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A wildfire burning near Clearlake, Calif., earlier this month. Josh Edelson/AP
August 18, 2015

California Is on Fire. This Map Shows Where.

On the two-year anniversary of the Rim Fire, the state confronts more vicious blazes.

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More Climate Desk Features

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June 9, 2016

Even George W. Bush’s Environment Chief Thinks Trump’s Energy Plan Is Bonkers

“He’s talking about rolling back the clock, which I think is very dangerous.”

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REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
June 8, 2016

How Bernie Sanders Made Hillary Clinton Into a Greener Candidate

Hillary Clinton is her party’s presumptive nominee. Whether Sanders drops out tomorrow or the day he loses the roll-call vote at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, his campaign is over. But if ever there were a losing campaign that achieved some major wins, it’s Sanders’. Not only did he force Clinton to talk more about [...]

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June 6, 2016

Environmentalists Could Put Sanders on Top in California Primary

Tuesday’s primary could be partly a referendum on fracking.

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About Climate Desk

The Climate Desk is a journalistic collaboration dedicated to exploring the impact—human, environmental, economic, political—of a changing climate. The partners are The Atlantic, Center for Investigative Reporting, Grist, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Mother Jones, Slate, and Wired.