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    How to Turn Neighborhoods Into Hubs of Resilience

    Photo courtesy of PUSH Buffalo Think of it as a silver lining to the gathering dark clouds. We live in an era of extraordinary disruption, from the serial crises of a changing climate to the wrenching shifts of a globalized economy. But in that disruption lies the potential for ...

    Bridging Colonialism and Climate Change

    Photo by Getty Images/santosha.During the 19th and 20th centuries, formal colonialism came to an end. Countries were liberated, new flags unfurled, and rewritten constitutions adopted. But although imperial states had been forced to relinquish their hold, their legacies prevailed. Centuries of ...

    Bob Inglis Takes a Stand on Climate Change

    Photo courtesy Republicen.orgThis piece was originally published by Sierra. For Bob's reaction to Trump's election win, read Andrea Cooper's interview with him here.On a steamy June morning, a golf cart festooned with Boys State signs points the way to the auditorium at Catawba College in ...

    Your Revolution at Home: Radical Fossil Fuel Divestment

     Photo by Fotolia/PixieMeOver the past few weeks, tens of thousands of people across the country have left their banks in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline. American citizens have suddenly become aware that, in the absence of a government that will protect us, we must shift market forces ...

    Coping with Climate Change

    Josh Fox, who made Gasland, joins Pacific Island activists in handmade canoes surrounded by sharks below and police boats above in one scene of his new documentary, How To Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change. As they try to obstruct a ship carrying coal, a major ...

    Everything’s Coming Together While Everything Falls Apart

    The Earth's changing climate is forcing us to find ways to leave behind the age of fossil fuels.Reprinted with permission from TomDispatch.It was the most thrilling bureaucratic document I’ve ever seen for just one reason: it was dated the 21st day of the month of Thermidor in the Year Six. ...

    Climate Change and Outside Stress Favors Birth of Girls Study Says

    Glaciers are melting, oceans are rising, and the male population is dwindling as temperatures continue to increase—at least in Japan, a new study shows. In the journal Fertility and Sterility,Japanese researchers found that in the hottest recorded summer, 2010, there was a dramatic increase ...

    Sounding the Climate Alarm

     Over 310,000 people filled the streets for the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21, 2014. Freelance reporter/photographer Katie Moore was there and filed this report. The People's Climate March, which took over a wide swath of midtown Manhattan on September 21st, was ...

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