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 Flood waters remain high in Carolina, Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Image: U.S. Department of Defense/Jose Diaz-Ramos
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The corporate TV weather reporting aids and abets Trump's misinformation by consistently ignoring the role of climate change in this string of disasters.
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2007 Tabasco flood. Image: Flickr/Huitzil
David Suzuki | As climate disruption accelerates in concert with still-increasing greenhouse gas emissions, people are looking for ways to protect cities from events like flooding.
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June Chua | On May 14, Toronto's Nepali Film Festival is sponsoring a fundraising screening of this year's Audience Award winner, the documentary Sunakali, to raise money for Nepal disaster relief.
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Željko Paradžik | Severe floods ravaged Bosnia two weeks ago, becoming the second time the people of Bosnia have had to experience something as perilous as the gory war almost two decades ago.
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Jim Stanford | How do we understand the potentially positive economic impact of a very negative, life-destroying event? The irony is rooted in a fundamental feature of capitalism.
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Marc Lee | We now live in a world that is warmer: meaning real impacts in the here and now, not theorized consequences down the road. Alas, the mainstream media have largely failed to connect the dots.
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Amy Goodman | Evidence supporting the existence of climate change is pummelling the United States this summer, from the mountain wildfires of Colorado to the recent "derecho" storm that left at least 23 dead.
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Rick Salutin | American politics reached a bizarre point: in order to justify their existence, government leaders decided to do something about what we have always agreed you can't do anything about: the weather.
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Marc Lee | Actions that lead to mass deaths and displacements, either directly due to a weather event or indirectly from impacts on land and livelihoods, beg for some accountability.
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Amy Goodman | Will the U.S., the world's historically largest polluter, heed the warnings of environmental Paul Reveres, or will the troubled sky, as Longfellow wrote, increasingly reveal the grief it feels?
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Erin Weir | It's true that economic development saves lives, and capitalism is one potential route to economic development. But that does not mean that capitalism, in and of itself, saves lives.
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Humberto DaSilva | Bummed at another delayed rapture? Cheer up. With earthquakes, tornadoes and climate change...there are plenty of other apocalypses just waiting to happen....