Climate

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
The United States is expected to overtake Saudi Arabia as the number one liquid petroleum producing nation in the world for the first time in over two decades, thanks to America's fracking boom, Financial Times reported Monday . According to journalists Ed Crooks and Anjli Raval, this could happen as soon as "this month or next." The article cites...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Over a dozen California communities now face running out of water within 60...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Human activity has brought the planet's life-supporting systems to the brink of...

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Among the U.N. Climate Summit's righteous speeches and vague promises - and Obama's "nothingburger in place of a respectable climate plan" - came a thunderous poem from 26-year-old Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner of the Marshall Islands, whose low-lying islands are already fighting for survival. If Jetnil-Kijiner's "Dear Matafele Peinem," addressed to her seven-month-old daughter, can't move leaders to actually act, nothing can.