Stories From Our Partners

The latest climate-related stories from our partners.

Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla. Mberjano/Flickr
July 7, 2016

Water World: Rising Tides Close In on Trump, the Climate Change Denier

Climate change has barely registered as a 2016 campaign issue, but in Florida, the state which usually decides the presidential election, the waters are lapping at the doors of Donald Trump’s real estate empire.

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Aaron Favila/AP
May 24, 2016

The Slideshow That Saved the World: An Oral History of An Inconvenient Truth

Al Gore got stuck on a scissor lift. Studio execs fell asleep at a screening. And everybody hated the title. The amazing true story of the most improbable — and important — film of our time.

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War Production Co-ordinating Committee/Wikimedia Commons
May 19, 2016

Should We Respond to Climate Change Like We Did to WWII?

The controversial theory of “climate mobilization” says we should.

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More Climate Desk Features

A man carries animal feed in the Sitti Zone of Ethiopia, Friday, April 8, 2016, near the border with Somalia. The region is afflicted by a severe drought. Mulugeta Ayene/AP
June 30, 2016

Here’s the Next Big Story on Climate Change

The coming food crisis, and what we can do about it.

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Joseph Sohm/Shutterstock
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

This story was originally published by Grist. 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 [...]

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