The Hoh, Quinault, Quileute, and Makah Tribes have coped with storms and tsunamis battering the coasts of the Pacific Northwest for thousands of years. Now, threatened by rising sea levels and other climate impacts, they are evolving to meet new dangers to their villages and history.
Neo-Nazis seek to fill void left by Proud Boys with calls for violence, even as prominent Republicans deny ‘Nazis elephant in their midst.’
On August 12, 2023, after enduring nearly a month of triple-digit temperatures Garcia, at age 56, passed away. Residents are now seeking to hold city and state agencies accountable for his death.
‘Climate Science, The Good, The Bad, and The Wicked’ promises a think tank for climate intervention in Texas—and you’re invited.
In this heavily drilled North Texas city, a UK-based investigative reporter finds echoes of TotalEnergie’s oil exploitation of Nigeria, Iraq, and Kurdistan.
A year-long effort to get Garcia off the streets exposed shortcomings of local and state practices—even as the extreme cold of Winter Storm Uri took both of Garcia’s feet. Now extreme heat likely contributed to his death.
Heat, drought, and booming population growth have stressed the Texas aquifers that supply drinking water to millions of people.
A City of San Antonio redevelopment project rooted in the destruction of birds and trees in Brackenridge Park threatens Native American religious practice, a new federal lawsuit charges.