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October 17, 2014
Cara Pike

Blog post by: Cara Pike and Tzeporah Berman 

If there is one story that fossil fuel companies and the government representatives they fund don’t want North Americans to hear is that the transition away from dirty, carbon intensive energy sources is already underway and delivering benefits to communities and individuals.

October 15, 2014
Francesco Femia

Guest blog by Francesco Femia and Caitlin Werrell, The Center for Climate and Security.

The United States military and broader national security community recognize climate change as a security threat, and are making plans to address that threat. 

October 3, 2014
Amy Huva

The People’s Climate March was a huge success, with 400,000 people on the streets of New York City and more worldwide. It was the kind of thing that still felt surreal even a few days later, when I would see subway posters advertising the march.

September 30, 2014
Meredith Herr

Climate change has profound implications for our current way of life. In my adopted home state of California, this summer’s exceptional drought has me on pins and needles with every reported fire in the area. 

September 22, 2014
Michael Green

Over this week, thousands will travel down to New York City to take part in what is being called Climate Week. 

September 15, 2014
Philip Newell

As I hope you’ve heard by now, on September 21st the People’s Climate March is bringing together individuals and groups from all walks of life to demand climate action from the leaders assembling for the UN Climate Summit two days after the march. 

September 11, 2014
Amy Huva

When the People’s Climate March was announced this summer, I had a feeling in my gut: I have to be there: I think this is going to be huge. 

August 25, 2014
Amy Huva

From rural farming communities in Australia to Indigenous communities in the United States and urban groups in the United Kingdom, many different people are coming together to protect their land, their water and their property.

August 18, 2014
Amy Huva

We all have a finite ‘pool of worry’ – it’s the amount of brain space and emotional energy we have to be concerned about things, and for most people, climate change doesn’t get in beyond the shallows.