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What do I do when my home is gone? by activist/writer SarahIn Heins
I ask myself this question daily. It’s not a new question for me, it’s been a fear of mine since I learned about sea level rise. But in recent years the question has changed. In the past I would ask myself, “What do I do if my home is gone?” Now the if has become a when. More
Water in Crisis: Part II – Uninhabitable Homes: Climate migrants and the water-driven conflicts that undermine American securityBy Brianna Cunliffe, P.E.N. chief investigative reporter. If nothing is done to drastically alter our relationship with fossil fuels, in fifty years nearly a fifth of the world’s population will live in zones so hot and dangerous they will likely become uninhabitable. Thirty years will see over 150 million people displaced by rising seas that swallow up towns and cities. Eight of the nation’s twenty largest metropolitan areas . . . As wells dry up, crops fail, and violence rises — where will these climate refugees go? More
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From California to Maine elected officials share their stories with us about how they are working to combat the climate crises in their communities, state and nation.
Meghan is determined to transform Culver City’s park into an outdoor area for young and old to recreate, like NYC’s Central Park. So, as mayor she transformed the city so it runs on 100 percent clean, renewable energy and has rid the park of its oil drilling days. She told Governor Newsom that the city is a model he should use. Please watch the video here.
First elected of office in November of 2010, Carmen works non-stop for the people of Oxnard and beyond. She works with everyone to better the lives and livelihoods of her people, aways standing up for the underdog. She urges Governor Gavin Newsom to declare a climate emergency for California. Please watch the video here.