A U.N. pledging event fell far short of the $7 billion sought for the Horn of Africa where more than 23.5 million people are currently suffering from hunger brought on by one of the worst droughts in recent history.
Climate Action from the Mountain Tops
Aspen, Colorado, recently served as base camp for a United Nations partnership working to combat the effects of climate change, Arn Menconi reports.
British Land for the Rich as Crisis Grows
Adam Ramsay says rural land in the U.K. is privately owned, publicly funded and run largely for the rich, in ways that worsen climate breakdown.
Chris Hedges: The Dawn of the Apocalypse
We were warned for decades about the death march we are on because of global warming. And yet, the global ruling class continues to frog-march us towards extinction.
New Mexico’s Megafires Mark Turning Point
Packing our “go” bags and securing our houses now seems to have been a useful dress rehearsal, writes William deBuys.
Grim 2022 Drought Outlook for Western US
Amid persistent La Niña conditions and a generally hotter, thirstier atmosphere, Imtiaz Rangwala describes the various forms of drought that lie ahead, some of which coincide with higher levels of precipitation.