Climate Change and the West
Its defenders won a long fight over water with Los Angeles. Now, drought is raising new questions about its future.
Despite the Keystone rejection, keep-it-in-the-ground activism is still a sideshow to the larger climate movement.
Climate change has profound impacts on growing seasons and crop yields, but local solutions have promise.
A record 54 indigenous candidates ran in this election, but still occupy just three percent of the House of Commons.
Our neighbor to the north has taken an aggressively anti-climate, pro-pipeline tack. But the upcoming election could change that.
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