Eco-grief is real. Here's what you can do about it

The visuals accompanying climate change are hard to ignore: communities engulfed in flames, neighborhoods submerged by floods, habitats like coral reefs—once teeming with life and vibrance—now bleached, brittle and barren.

US high tide flooding continues to break records

Coastal communities in eight locations along the East and West coasts experienced record high tide flooding last year—a trend that is expected to continue in 2024. For many communities, the expected strengthening of El ...

Viewpoint: Paying the costs of climate resilience

The transition to an environmentally sustainable economy has begun, but it will be a generation (about twenty years) before we will see moderation of global warming. The cost of reducing climate pollution faster would be ...

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