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Video: Rural Communities, Wellsprings of Life, Besieged by Climate Change
From flood to famine, the 20 percent of people who live in rural areas of the U.S. are on the front lines of climate change...
Obama Administration Strikes Deal With China, Pledges $3 Billion to International Climate Fund
President Barack Obama has taken two major steps in the battle against climate change: negotiated an emissions-reduction agreement in secret with China, and pledged to donate $3 bi...
Video: Climate Change Adaptation Is Half the Battle, Says National Climate Assessment
Preventing or mitigating climate change and the factors that cause it are a major part of keeping Mother Earth habitable. But that's just half the battle...
Video: Mitigation and Emissions Reduction Is Our Key to Survival, Scientists Say
It has been said, said and said again: Greenhouse gases have got to go. Humans are converting carbon into a gas and filling the atmosphere with it...
U.N. Sounds the Alarm on Climate Change While Emphasizing Opportunities
When it comes to climate, more than ever humanity is at a crossroads, the United Nations reemphasized on November 2...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Bringing Human Rights Home—Engagement and Environmental Justice
Jessica Sblendorio, EPA
When most Americans think about human rights, they tend to think of the concept at a global level, even though there are many social and environmental justice issues right here in ...
Video: Parched Southwest Tells 'the Story of Water'
Be it frozen in snowpack, raining down from the skies or evaporating, water has always been a major issue in the southwestern United States...
Video: How a Rising Ocean Could Doom Hawaii and the Pacific Islands
Among the 400 or more indigenous people who participated in the People’s Climate March on September 21 were dozens of Pacific Islanders...
As It Happened: Indigenous Peoples Leading off the People’s Climate March, in Photos
Poverty, Climate Change and Indigenous Rights In Morales and Menchu Speeches
Two of Latin America’s most prominent indigenous leaders urged the audience during the World Conference of Indigenous Peoples to push further for their rights and the inclusion of ...
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