Theo Spencer, Senior Advocate, Climate Center, New York
Superstorm Sandy and its aftermath have continued to receive a lot of media attention, and deservedly so. Families are still without their homes, new health impacts are being revea… Continue reading →
Peter Lehner, Executive Director, New York City
According to The Economist Intelligence Unit, nine out of ten companies have suffered weather-related disruptions in the past three years, and most of them say these impacts are becoming m… Continue reading →
Tiffany Traynum, Program Assistant, San Francisco
There are many reasons why I love living in Northern California. From the scenic landscapes, to the great food, to the cultural diversity amongst us; the Bay Area is by all accounts a wo… Continue reading →
Regan Nelson, Senior Oceans Advocate, Washington, DC Yesterday, House Republicans passed an appropriations bill through subcommittee that, if signed into law, would severely retard efforts to protect our oceans, coasts and communities.
Rather tha… Continue reading →
Late Friday night, House Republicans released their proposed FY 2011 budget, which – in 359 pages – amounts to a tremendous assault on our nation’s environment. My colleagues have blogged on the dangerous and irresponsible affects of the Re… Continue reading →
The thermometer at the National Weather Service’s Los Angeles office hit 113 degrees on Monday – and then it broke.
This record-breaking heat conforms to a larger trend. A recent State of the Climate report, compiled by more than 300 scient… Continue reading →