New Study Finds Global Wealth Inequality Is Tied to Climate Change
Wealthy nations are getting richer as countries inhabited by people of color get hotter and more economically disadvantaged, say researchers.
Scientists Hope Hurricane Maria Can Reveal How The Earth Recovers From Increasingly Intense Storms
Caribbean ecosystems devastated by climate-related extreme weather have global implications.
Pioneering Black Climate Scientist Honored With Top Prize in the Field
Warren Washington was one of the first physicists to create models for understanding the earth’s climate.
Trump Administration Downplays Damning Climate Change Report
Produced by 300 scientists, it shows that global warming—which disproportionately impacts people of color—will wreak havoc on the United States’ economy, public health, coastlines and infrastructure.
How Climate Change Could Make Hurricane Florence More Dangerous For Communities of Color
Global warming not only impacts the strength of the storm, but it can also impact the mental health of those affected by it.
New Federal Report on Climate Change Refutes Beliefs of Trump Cabinet
Thirteen federal agencies have until Sunday to approve the document, which blames human behavior for global warming.
STUDY: There May Be Less Time to Fight Global Warming Than We Think
Researchers believe the Paris climate agreement may not have considered all relevant data.
Oaklanders Fight Gentrification and Global Warming in 'The North Pole' Web Series
The creators took to Kickstarter to crowdfund the comedy, which features cameos from Ericka Huggins, W. Kamau Bell and Boots Riley.
Changing the Economics of Climate Injustice
The White House’s cap-and-trade plan comes five years after many hoped, but also right when communities of color need it most direly.