A growing number of community land trusts—from Florida to Texas—are readying their housing stock for the next climate-related disaster. Alejandra Applegate | Nexus Media News In late September, Hurricane Ian, one of the most powerful and costly storms to make landfall in the U.S., tore through southwest Florida and caused […]
Climate Justice Alliance members convened to begin hashing out the frontline response to emerging technologies—and rekindle the meaning of solidarity.
While other cities wait for their newly planted trees to grow, Tel Aviv has taken shade high-tech with ‘Lumi-Weave’ and detailed shade mapping. EDITOR’S NOTE: Coming out of our hottest summer on record, Deceleration is exploring heat-busting strategies and developing resources for survival. In August we published both an Extreme […]
People from nations highly vulnerable to climate change—like the Marshall Islands and Honduras—are now helping the United States to better prepare for its impacts David Sherfinski | @dsherfinski | Thomson Reuters Foundation When Benetick Kabua Maddison moved to the United States from the Marshall Islands aged six, it was partly […]
Officials from Portland, New York, Miami and Phoenix discuss plans to keep residents safe in extreme heat. San Antonio better listen up. EDITOR’S NOTE: Residents of San Antonio (not discussed in this article) have been living through their hottest summer on record, with more than 50 days of triple-digit temps […]
Former CPS Energy exec Cris Eugster’s new venture seeks to drive Texas to 100-percent renewables with ‘Goldilocks’ solar farms while allowing companies to meet their sustainability goals.
Direct payments, Green Climate Fund assistance, and torching of tax havens are necessary to begin repairing the damage of slavery and colonialism that set the world on course with destruction, writes Olúfémi Táíwò in his book, ‘Reconsidering Reparations.’
Indigenous communities ‘are seen as research subjects rather than researchers.’